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Travel Blogs from Panama City
... now encompasses an array of churches, old government buildings and the Convent of Santo Domingo which contained this impressive flat arch. With that said, a couple of earthquakes did knock it down, hence the remnants of the old arch on the ground next to me.
After a week on the beach in Rio, it was ...
... I try not to watch too much TV because my options are limited (there are very few English channels, but I can usually catch a basketball game, I have NFL Network, and CNN Headline News [which is awful BTW]. No ABC, NBC, CBS; no ESPN in English, and the only TV shows in English routinely showing are CSI and Friends reruns). I might read a little more, do some journaling, listen to music, head out for dinner, sit on my balcony, ...
Herman, the crane was built by the German for WWII and eventually after several owners sold to the Panama Canal Authority for just US 1. However it cost US $3 m to get it to Panama.
It was the same crane ...
... here after the French released him
following his jail term served there. His time served in France,
followed 23 years incarcerated in the USA.
The tour boat you see, used to be owned
by the Mafia boss Al Capone, `` commented Patricia Holmes, our Panama
Canal Narrator. She didn't explain why Al Capone would choose a tour
boat in the Panama Canal.
Through out our day transiting the
canal, we had the ...
... times a week for incredibly intense sessions. For example, during yesterday’s marathon three-hour session, we did:
100 crunches, 100 burpees, 200 squats with 40-lb weight, 200 lunges, 200 step-ups with weights, 150 chin-ups and countless miles spinning, rowing and on the elliptical. It’s tiring but hopefully it will help me lose some weight!
My grandfather, Richard Eastty, died last weekend. I was unable to attend the funeral. I definitely wanted to ...