La Casa de Lourdes

Farallon, Panama | Hotel
 

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FIRST GENERIC

A travel blog entry by danielcoker8

... walking and touring the old and beautiful part of Havana, the cuidad vieja. We had a beautiful plate of Lobster for $9.50 (so high because it was a famous restaurant, surrounded by tourists from all over the world (we met no Americans), and were delighted with the musicians and Salsa dancer. Of course, the obligatory tipping routine always follows (that's another story, as there are so many variations). We spent the evening talking to our new friend ...

Panama Canal full transit

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Crane
Herman, the crane was built by the German for WWII and eventually after several owners sold to the Panama Canal Authority for just US 1. However it cost US $3 m to get it to Panama.

It was the same crane ...

Los gran misioneros

A travel blog entry by jeastty

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... street they are quick to either request my number or give me theirs. We visited the local university again and distributed over 60 magazines in just a few minutes! Got a lot of phone numbers too.

I took a trip with Lina, Ricardo, Agustin, two of Lina's friends from Colombia, and Maria to Isla Grande-one of my favorite places in Panama. It took my face a week to stop peeling after so much sun.

We had five more Venezuelans staying with us, again from Maracaibo. We had ...

Days That Try Your Patience

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

... to claim our luggage and get the extras I had packed.

4) Going through Dulles allowed us to maintain our east coast (mileage earning) routing, while cutting out a flight segment (LGA-IAD) and a cross-Long-Island cab ride. Saving the $40 fare is nice, but avoiding the hassle was the real key.

So although I ran out of clean clothes and smelled pretty bad by the end, and though it was fatiguing, I really believe there were good things to come out of it.
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Panama - Route of the World

A travel blog entry by peterndolly

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... and South America by boat and then by horse and donkey packs to Portobelo, and shipment to Spain.
Sir Francis Drake is reported to have died in Portobelo and been buried at sea in a metal chest - which has never been found despite many searches. There are many wrecks off shore, and not visible, from the battles between the Spanish and pirates or from running onto reefs and rocks.
Portobelo is a sheltered anchorage in a bay with two forts on opposite sides ...

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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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