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... up it was an interesting and enjoyable experience. I was struck by the fact that the canal has been open three months short of 100 years, but they made the locks so big. They wouldn't have dreamed of ships as big as they are now, so it was really majorly over-engineered for its time (6).
Duncan and Ruth were great hosts, and I can now better understand the allure of sailing the world. I will be following their blog with interest, ...
... from the 70's, 80's and 90's. It was awesome, hair band classic after hair band classic. It really helped shorten the drive. Once in Boquete, we checked into our hotel. Our room is in the peak if the roof so unless you are 3' tall there is a lot of waisted space. It is not bad though, we've had much worse this trip. We then had a briefing on the activities available to us here. We initially thought we were going to go whitewater rafting but when ...
... 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 Thursday evening, I had Hector & Maria ( D.O.) and Caesar & Herraldina ( C.O.) over for dinner and it was quite the commotion trying to communicate. The District overseer uses a different sign language so we were speaking English, Spanish, ASL, LSP, and LSM ( Mexican Sign Language) SIMULTANEOUSLY. What a gong show lol Most bizarre dinner party to ...
... of Seattle, so I wanted to appreciate this last day of sunny, tropical weather. It was awesome!
When I first arrived on the beach this morning, local fisherman were working on Farallon Beach hauling in their massive fish net. Two lines stretched way out into the sea each attached to an end of a massive net. Five or six men on each line worked systematically to pull the heavy net in. The men wrapped the line over their shoulders ...
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