Bahia Suites Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... enjoyed. At night some stayed up talking. On our last day, in the morning, we evaluated the orientation using criteria given. We cleaned the hostel and were then free to return to our communities or wait until lunch and leave then.
It was a very nice experience to be part of this orientation sharing and reflecting the experiences. And also get to know some Panamanian volunteers better, as well as our program coordinator Bernice.
... Working with the children on arts and crafts, you would think the language barrier would make explain complicated! Actually, the language did not matter because we all worship and love the same God. In addition to the many games and crafts we did with the kids we also went on a small parade walk though the local neighborhood, to spread God's word.
The games we played with the kids were ...
... in Panama and tax breaks for those setting up there.
The next stop was Miraflores Locks on the Panama canal and as the bus pulled up we could see a ship in the lock and a load of people on the viewing platform. We rushed up the stairs to buy our entrance ticket and then hopped in the lift to take us to the fourth floor viewing platform. We managed to edge our way through the crowd to get a good vantage point. A huge, but empty, Hong ...
Today we went to Bajareque, a small fascinating coffee shop in Casco Viejo, a neighborhood in Panama City with lots of Spanish colonial architecture.
As soon as the barista of the coffee shop found out that we are passionate about coffee, he introduced us to a manager, who gave us a detailed presentation about their business. He showed us many photographs of the farm, which is supplying the coffee. . ...