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After trying to speak to the ferry company and BMW without success we left with the intention of reaching Neiley which is just before the border into Panama. The road was in great shape and with the only exception of a fallen tree which had blocked the road we had no delays so decided to head for the border and get into Panama.
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... But we managed to flag down a taxi and still make it to the airport with plenty of time. The flight was nice, a quick 35 minutes, and then we got into PC. Back to the city busyness! Especially with all of the holiday shoppers it was a bit nuts! We got checked into our room at the Baru Lodge, and then walked around the city a bit. Eventually we got to quite a ritzy mall but still decided to go in and have some dinner. Ordering subway can be hard enough in english, nevermind ...
... this means a good squatting position. Not TOO low, but not too high either! Too many twists, turns and bumps for that.... Since the one (if you are lucky 2) handles provided in the bathroom are probably disgusting and wet with some weird black sticky stuff, it is best to just push the side of one foot hard up against one wall and do the same with the other. Now you are planted so unzipping will be easier... Squatting with a toilet seat that won’t stay down over a toilet that is ...
... form in the mid-morning to mid-day, and these turn grey and then black by mid to late afternoon. Rain falls in the later afternoon. During our stay on Isla Boca Brava, the intensity of the rain storms increased each day. On our third night there, the wind howled and the rain beat down on our corrugated tin roof so hard that all talk was drowned out. The rain lasted longer than on the other nights, but the day broke clear and the rising sun shone on the dripping trees overhanging ...
... lol. Laura and Gordo were hilarious, she just kept talking to him all throughout the ride 'go Gordo! I wouldn't go there if I were you Gordo. You can do it Gordo!'
Had a fantastic morning and even managed to get mini V a ride on Shaggy :)
We finished at around 11am and went for brekkie at this place called Sugar and Spice which smelled amazing! Had a lovely Mexican breakfast and met these 2 American guys who have been travelling all the way ...