Hotel Los Guayacanes
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the celebration of Corpus Christi, 60 days after Easter, men go around dressed as devils, dancing and (gently) whipping people. People in turn give them money. These are supposed to represent demons and forces of evil. But then the tradition takes an odd twist: on a certain day, the diablitos sucios (dirty devils) approach the church, and are allowed inside, where they attend mass. This is only one day a year ...
... have someone to talk to. I go and check into a shabby, second floor hostel, a "retirement project" of an older American fellow. Then I head back to the plaza and meet up with the European girl again. She's a Slovakian girl, with an adventurous lifestyle that puts mine to shame. As we have some rice and lentils at a Chinese cafeteria, she tells me how she came to Colombia to continue here studies... and ran out ...
... Panamerican highway the main route through Central America and in places it's down to a single carriageway concrete road through jungle where the road has broken up and trucks swerve onto the wrong side of the road to avoid the potholes.
However we had a great ride no rain though valleys and rivers very green and lush. Heard them ...
... the first time I talked with her about me feeling uncomfortable and thinking about changing the family, she didn’t even ask me why. So another day I sat down with her and we talked about it. She told me she understood my situation. It was not an ideal family for a girl, her sons were worried about this even before I arrived. The next step now was to find a family I could stay with. I had offers to stay with families in Chitré, AFS however decided they would prefer ...
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One dollar- This was all that was asked out of an 8-day stay. With all the tests, the nights spent in the hospital, and even the ambulance ride to Las Tablas to get the CT scan... I couldn't imagine having that bill calculated into US prices. But I guess the rule is that any tourist that's been in Panama for under 30 days has access to the country's free health care. So after all the tests came back negative, there was still no clear ...