Hotel Residencial El Valle
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My need for distilled water for my sleep apnea machine necessitated a stop halfway there which was good because my legs were cramped and it helped everyone to disembark and walk around. Another hour winding through and up the mountainside, including the slow motion passing of a truck while headed to a blind corner kept the ride interesting. I mean …
... things to drink. I will post a picture and give you a challenge... You must match the drink with the name, and then bonus if you can guess who got what...
We had 2 chocolate milk shakes, 1 vanilla milk shake, 1 cherry milkshake, 1 orange juice, 1 zarzamora juice, 1 guananama juice, 3 sugar cane juices, and a coke... Ready... GO!
Dinners ( I will do my best to remember) Elena and Maya had a tamale casserole ...
... real starfish in your hand, watching its body move to the adjustments. Theres something magical walking through the water on your hands, looking around and seeing incredible colors - blues, greens, yellows, oranges. God is good.
We stayed a while, holding starfish, exploring, playing. It was truly beautiful.
After this we went to an island for lunch. So without telling us, the staff of the trip had provided the GREATEST LUNCH OF ...
... for El Valle. After about an hour we stopped for a Panamanian breakfast. If you know anything about me, you know I love to eat, and this food was good. I had some type of Carne Asada (meat) and Yuca with a corn tortilla. Oh my gosh it was so good! :) Afterwards, we loaded back into the bus, so I could continue my nap for about another hour. I love napping in cars, on a side note. From there, we drove to El Valle, which ...
... I think you have been robbed." It was a jarring statement. I headed toward my kitchen and saw the door open and my kitchen was a mess. I couldn't process it right away, there was too much to take in and I hadn't had any coffee yet. Instead I followed my neighbor outside as she showed me the discarded items and talked about also getting robbed. She peppered me with questions about my stuff but I had no answers and my brain was still having trouble with the whole concept ...