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... Lovely mountain town named one of the 4 top places to retire in the world. Coffee, flowers, vegetables and citrus fruit grow in abundance. What a contras to Bocas!
It is clean and friendly, great vibe and many Europeans about, we loved it straight away.
The town is full of flowers, beauganvillas everywhere, even in hedges, Hibiscus in different colours, Amirillas and day ...
... were in the middle so it was a much more relaxed time. This first lock lowered us into another lake, which we motored across to the next lock where we waited an hour for a ship to join us, then down again, and then into another lock for the final descent to sea level. Once clear of the locks, the yachts separated, the advisors were off loaded, and we motored, and then sailed, to the anchorage. We said our goodbyes, and Duncan rowed us ...
... to us certain situations, occurrences and animated stories in a mingled and confusing Spanglish. Her means of communicating in English was by using repetitive words like ‘example’ and ‘position’. And she became a regular occurrence in our room, perhaps as regular as the TV bolted to the wall or heavy wooden beds, every chance she got she entered to ask us what time we required breakfast the next morning but more so as a great excuse to give us another lesson ...
... On top of these living conditions, his father is very sickly and dependent on 24/7 care, and no one else in his family is responsive to the bible message. Ansalmo has never gone to school and knows neither sign language nor reading and writing. Still, you will never see him without a smile on his face, and today was no exception.
Yessica, Sandy, Leah, Ansalmo & I then headed to Rio Grande to visit the deaf in that territory. Afterwards, we ...
... a Panamanian who owned the land fronting the beach. They said that yesterday, the last day of the Panamanian Holiday season, they had 5,000 people at the beach and that patrons were standing three deep at their little beach bar. I can’t imagine the road to the beach could have handled that many people, but who knows. The Canadian owners did look pretty tired. They were very friendly and invited us to come back tomorrow.
From Santa Clara we drove a few ...
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