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... but involved some quick action in short bursts. We shared the lock with a rather large container ship, which was interesting. The big ships' ropes are held tight by the 'mules', electric locomotives which run on rails alongside the canal. We had to go through 3 locks to gain about 25 metres to the level of the lake. Once on the lake we motored to our overnight mooring, which we shared with three other yachts and bid farewell to Moses. We ...
... and pulled up beside them assuming they needed help. I'm not sure what conversation went on between the driver and one of the ladies as I was sitting next to the engine but all of a sudden the two ladies and the child boarded our boat. The a few people from our group had to sit on each other's laps to make room. Next the man on the small boat started passing us all of their luggage which was on their boat. Seeing there was a bit of room by between ...
Boquete was considered the Napa Valley of coffee in Panama with a cool, fresh climate and pristine natural setting and as we had been hitting the beaches hard, it sounded like a nice change. We hopped on the local bus in Panama City’s huge terminal with our bags and snacks for a seemingly fairly comfortable ride of 6-7hours through the lush countryside and solid roads to David, pronounced Da-vid. But as the day slipped away and turned into night and the torrential rains poured ...
... the "Poor Person Market" to pick up some groceries and witness to the farmers and government workers. When I say "Poor Person Market", I don't mean any disrespect as I myself shop there for all of my produce needs as well. This special bi-weekly market is held semi-outdoors and allows the farmers who live too far out to maintain a daily or weekly stall and opportunity to sell their produce. It is also the time when the government rice provisions are ...
... west until we saw the Farallon sign. We turned and drove the couple of kilometers to the beach town of Farallon. We located the Togo B&B and talked to Gordon the owner. It was only 11 AM and we didn’t expect the room to be ready---and it wasn’t. Gordon said it would be by 1 PM. We chatted for a while about things to see and then drove off.
We first explored Farallon, which was home at one time to a Panamanian military base, the remnants of which can still ...
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