- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they moved back to the old town in the 1920s. The neighbourhood fell into disrepair until the early 1990s when the local authority started restoring the colonial buildings. The narrow peninsula is undergoing a full scale restoration and gentrification, where contractors are retaining the colonial façades and stripping away the interior to build luxury apartments, boutique hotels and fine-dining restaurants. We were lucky that our hostel was undergoing renovations ...
... 8211; the Gatun Locks – to Gatun Lake. Several hours later, you drop about 30 feet at the single Pedro Miguel Locks on to Miraflores Lake, and then about 45 minutes later, down the remaining 55 feet in two steps at the Miraflores Locks en-route to the Pacific. The Canal flushes something like 52 million gallons into the sea every time a ship passes through it. Don’t worry, there is plenty more where that came from. The ship moves through ...
... archipelago are part of the Kuna people (no one else is allowed to live there or own businesses there), including to the wife of the owner who wore traditional dress like many of the local women.
After two nights we headed back to the city to catch our flight to Colombia, with a day free to see some more of the city. We rose early the next day to head to a park in the centre of the city where we read you could see some birds and get a nice view of the city. We were ...
... into Rio at midnight. Time master Ryan couldn't be happier he has managed to get Cirsty to the airport 6 hours before their flight to Sao Paulo. Cirsty is optimistic that they might be able to check bags in and explore the airport shops.
They arrive at TAM check-in to see it completely void of activity and area void of any shops. The airport looks like it is still in construction. Ryan and Cirsty decide ...
We made it to Central! The only palava we had was not having a stamp into Peru which on the whole, is actually quite a big deal but as we were leaving I don´t think they were too bothered.
You know you´re in the Caribbean when you hit Panama, all the loud hip hop blasting out of the cars and the smell of street vendors on every square metre of path. It was a fair old drive from the airport into Panama City but this was a good thing as we got to drive ...