Four Points by Sheraton Panama
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This was my first trip outside the country when I arrived to panama airport I was very excited because I wanted to know panama canal and the big allbroke mall.
In panama city I visited museums, the canal and the causeway, I loved the causeway because it's a beautifull island and the canal system was amazing .
I learned about the …
... taxi. We decided to give this part a miss. There is also a huge tax free shopping area like Hong Kong thanks to the canal-but even this couldn't persuade us! On our last day in Panama City-while on our hop on hop off bus, the heavens opened and rained heavily for about a half hour. Not feeling like sightseeing in this-we went to the cinema-a bargain $3.50! After 3 nights we moved on, to visit one of the best known attractions in Panama-The San Blas ...
... 10 days in Nicaragua, and had decided we needed to get to Colombia as soon as possible. We had also decided that rather than sign up for any San Blas boat trip we would go on the same boat as Dave and Amy. Dave and Amy had to fly out of Bogota on August 8, so needed to get on a boat as soon as possible, and luckily we got confirmation that there was a boat with two double berths available ready to set sail on July 21. Therefore we were forced to skip Costa Rica and most ...
... with many different problems but in the end God will be there to get us out of the situation. The youth of the high school were so excited when our groups sang a song in Espaņol as well. Also the excitement on there faces, that was a great experience for us!
Needless to say that today was an overall success! From playing with the little kids to talking to the kids our age, was all a ...
... before we could get in our room. Maria felt a bit awkward in the lobby with just a bikini and sarong on, so she hid behind one of the computer terminals. We did manage to print out our tickets for Wednesday's flight to Colombia so not all bad.
We had dinner in the Japanese restaurant, Tsugoi, which is next door to the hotel. The tempura was a bit stodgy but the sushi was great. Still not as good as Kyo-Ya in Auckland but OK in it's absence.