Bahia Suites Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... During the day there are markets and French memorials from the construction of the Panama Canal. The architecture on Casco Viejo is very French looking.
Friday night I stayed in because Bel had a guest over for dinner. Her guest is middle-aged and was born in Panama, but now lives in Tennessee. She speaks Spanish so fast, it was insane. It was helpful to talk with someone who was fluent in both languages about ...
... in uncharted lands and likely end up walking around for hours trying to figure out what to do. It doesn’t help that I’ve started watching Breaking Bad (uh oh!) and I’m hooked already, no wonder you all love it, its incredible, and I’m still on season 1! I’m terrible for sitting around doing nothing in the sun, I need to concentrate on something and I don’t often read so box sets of TV shows will have to do. I’m happy enough with having ...
... the Seas' fresh in our minds. Pass me the cyclizine! Unfortunately there are currently no overland routes via wheels. Panama and Colombia are separated by the Darien Gap; dense, vast, dangerous and impenetrable. The Darien Rainforest is one of the most pristine, primitive habitats on planet Earth due to it's explosive notoriety. Armed drug traffickers are rife in the area, kidnapped and killed travellers is not unheard of, malaria and dengue fever impose ...
... packed all my stuff. I checked out and put my big bag into storage. Then I went for an epic 30 minute walk in the blistering heat in search of the contemporary art museum. I found it and was pleased with what they had to offer. Also, I managed to get there when it was free of charge (11-12 on Sundays).
Then I had lunch at a kiosk close to the museum and it was delicious. Chicken, rice and beans indeed, though the chicken had its own sauce and the beans were ...
... from Ancon Hill, we continued on to Mi Pueblito. This is a site which was created to highlight three of the ancestries that make up the history of Panama. There are replicas of three kinds of villages: “Interior” (countryside) which mostly means colonial European, West Indian, and indigenous (Cuna tribe). These replicas show what buildings would have been found in these respective Panamanian towns in past centuries, as well as a look ...