JW Marriott Panama Golf & Beach Resort
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... miles and find a quiet spot near a lake. It starts raining like hell. The guards turn up again but they don't get out of their car. We are already in our beds and act stupid. As if we are sleeping. The car goes away. But as it stops raining they come back. This time a colleague of theirs will escort us to a proper place. If not, they will have to call the police. We break up again and follow the guy who is apparantly taking us to ...
... our tour group. It’s always good to have a few good addresses for our future travel plans. Tomorrow we pull into Cartagena, Columbia for a short 6-hour stop. So it’ll likely be the hop-on/hop-off bus for tomorrow’s agenda than back on with the next stop, Panama Canal.
Day 6 – Panama Canal – Crossroads to the World
Today needed to be an early day. We were supposed to be arriving ...
... spotting birds. But rules are there to be broken so when we arrived at the place where chances of spotting a Quetzal is high (the area where the small avocado trees are that they feed on) we spotted our first female Quetzal. Excitement grew and we were already happy that the mission was successful but it is the male that has this beautiful long tail feathers that we wanted to see. Even though we are not religious our prayers were answered as 3 more females were around and ...
... and South Asian heritage, abandoned the city, moving to Panama City, to former Canal Zone towns, and overseas.
Today, sizable South Asian and Arab communities live in the remaining prosperous areas of the city, as well as in gated communities outside it. The majority of the city's population is of West Indian or mixed mestizo-hispanic ancestry.” On my drive ...
... way-side and its buildings and communities fell into extreme poverty. The visual appearance of the city is not appealing (to most... I LOVED it...) but it was teeming with culture! It gave me goosebumps... It had a life and heritage all its own and I could feel it pulsing from the people, buildings, street vendors, and children all around us in the bus. The people here are almost (I would be willing to bet) 100% afri-caribeņos... African-Carribeans. They are the ...