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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over an hour and a half but it is the most relaxed border crossing ever. After lunch it is time to go. Offloading the passengers goes in several steps, the reason of which is unclear to me. We all pay and get our passports back. Then there is a boat ready for me and I am taken ashore. I have to pay 2 USD for using the harbour and I wait for a Jeep. Jeeps are apparently taking tourists from the Islands to Panama City. Like everywhere these jeeps are Toyotas. Prado. The first two or ...
... tickets for the transit, Gina noticed that the clerk put down "a gringo and a Mexican" on their tickets! Needless to say, she experiences some discrimination. The cruise ship, the Queen Victoria, went through the canal when we were at the pool. It was on its way to Australia from Ft. Lauderdale. Wow, what a beautiful ship! Tuesday morning we walked from the hotel to Mi Ranchito's restaurant on the Amador Causeway. It is about a 3 klm walk which ...
... for lunch. It was completely decorated and had good food. Everything was typical Panamanian and there had shows on some evening that I was sad we didn't see. Later we went walking again but the rain clouds rolled in and we ran for shelter. It poured and poured but then there was enough of a break that we could run and flag down a taxi. We went back to our place and enjoyed the outdoor seating area as well as some delicious pecan pie we picked up at ...
... another official backpack weight challenge update?" Well you are right the bags were weighed and do to the fact that I completely forgot the weights and more importantly because the weight was in kilograms and i want to spare you the messy conversion work there is still no update. Plus I highly doubt the metric system is very reliable, its not like the whole world is using it except for the United States ...
... in separate beds that night! The following morning the four of us made our way to the dock and jumped on the first ferry back to San Jorge from where we got a taxi to nearby San Juan del Sur - a beach side town on the Pacific coast. We checked into an Australian owned hostel on the outskirts of town, high up on a hill, boasting incredible views of the town and ocean. The hostel is one of two located in this area out of town, the other one being one of the hosts for the ...