Hacienda del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had drinks and lots of laughter on Rachel 3, with Mark,Sylvia and John (s/y Best Day Ever), it was Mark's birthday and mine coming and all the other people we met and were to meet,all in in Feb or march. Great people ,great stories,as they bought and had their boat rebuilt in Ecuador. Friends came and went, Bob and Pat on Slow Dance waiting for crew, Windsong back North to Mexico (how we miss Mexico). Our Italian friends went north too. I miss female company badly and barbara, from ...
This morning we headed towards Isla San Jose, a privately owned island within the Las Perlas group of islands.
Along the way, we were excited to see dolphins and a whale. We never seem to get tired of seeing sea life during our travels.
Upon arrival, we were disappointed to see that the anchorage was going to be very rolly that everning, so we tried to settle in and make the best of it for the night.
On Sunday morning we left Panama City to fly to the Pearl Islands, situated 30 miles off Panama’s Pacific coast.
We checked in for the short flight at the domestic airport and had a bit of a shock as, having completely overlooked the baggage restrictions, we were stung for a hefty excess baggage charge. Then, as we sat waiting in the departure lounge, we were approached by airline staff who advised us that the ...
... Ship's champagne & wine were flowing. Gail, Claudia & I were joined by Herbert (Engineer from Vienna, Austria). We shared lots of laughs. Later, the Tropical Bar Talent Show was put on by crew members and passengers. I have few pictures as I took movies of every act instead. Too funny! What a riot and such great talent! Large groups of folks sang hilarious parodies of our ship's voyage. One funny song was written by Gail about ...
The Archipelago of Los Perlas consists of a large number of very pretty islands which we have just spent four days exploring. The islands consist of rock, large trees and very beautiful beaches, many are unpopulated, unlike the Carribbean they are tidal and the sea was not quite as warm.
In 1515 the Spanish conquistadores robbed a large number of pearls from the indigenous King Toe and enslaved his skilled pearl ...