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... eating cereal. Her shirt was bright pink and said "Sale".
A few minutes later some other folks showed up and David tossed me some snorkel gear. We met our "Captain" for the day - he wanted to be called RoboCop - and his shirt said "Richard Morales". Okay. We followed him to his craft and boarded. There would be 6 of us on this adventure. Two Italians, Alan and I, and a lovely couple - a French girl and a sweet gent who was born in Portugal and spoke fluent - ...
... from Gatun Lake which was once the world´s largest made-man lake.
- The United States transferred control of the canal to Panama in 1999.
- The Canal is being expanded to handle today´s megaships. The expansion project is expected to be completed in late 2015.
... it actually worked OK. The chicken itself was a little dry, and the curry sauce quite bland - they seem to be aiming for the lowest common denominator here. But dumbing down your food doesn't really do anyone any favours. If people want this type of cuisine they'll just eat in their hotels.
Stopped at a place across the road called Whisky Bar to drown my culinary sorrows and had a Perfect Manhattan. Cool bar, and surprisingly empty - just me and a table of three next to the window. Finished and headed back to the hotel for one last drink in Panama. ...
... new bibles and gave church members New Testament Bibles. Graciously received! After church they made us a very nice lunch. They had a birthday cake for the Pastor (his birthday was July 4th). We all sang Happy Birthday and had some cake.
Next, do to a change in schedule we were able to visit the Panama Canal.
We watched in amazement as a large ship come through the canal with a team of ...
... he said Croatia. In total there was a little girl, a place guard, and three older men watching the game. I loved that we could all watch together and become friends. At the end of half time I shook hands with Oscar and he said that before I leave for Florida to come back and say bye. This is the part of traveling I absolutely love. I love meeting the locals and talking with them, because it makes an experience so much more special that ...