Hotel Residencial Cervantes
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- Free parking
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... the "Hurry up and wait" thing all day, leaving Diane at the hotel to "relax" wait and use the internet. The only real things that happened in the day were: providing information to the inquiry and being summoned to another office where we were to be extorted of US$500 tax. The latter had us all fired up but Don let fly and we finally managed to get an audience with the district manager, Thankfully he was somewhat younger and intelligent. We left ...
... now but it's oh so hard, especially because Colombia's trails were simultaneously prettier and cheaper :) Everybody else had a great time, the weather was perfect, and our guide was excellent; we even got some service time in when he recognized Joe's JW.org pin. It was at the end of the 5 hour hike that we entered the Twilight Zone. In a shockingly successful effort to be the very first person in our group of six to finish the hike, Brittany (MY Brittany) was ...
... 40 degrees. After we went to boquete, we were driven around, it was a nice town and just as we were going to have a wander around the heavens opened and the rain came, because it the wet season when it rains it rains ************tinuously for an hour or two, sometimes more. We decided to head back, stopping off at a coffee plantations and had a really good coffee to warm up. We headed back to the hostel and had a quick ...
... cover it all. There is the on board advisor, the maintenance of the canal, the line handlers on the side of the canal, running the launches to deliver and pick up the advisors, etc. The cost of a boat over 50 feet is about $1300. Apparently the big ships subsidise the small yachts. Also compulsory on the boat was a sun shade and bottled water for the advisor.
5 There were three of the these cranes, the USA got one, the Soviets ...
... on his boat and drove off so they clearly were not in distress. I'm not sure why they couldn't wait for a more empty boat if they were simply looking for a free ride but such is life in Central America. Once at the water taxi terminal and with feeling back in my legs, we unloaded the boat and were told to make ourselves comfortable. Apparently there was a demonstration going on that blockaded a bridge and our transport was stuck on the other side of ...