La Casa de Lourdes

Address: Farallon, Panama | Hotel
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Farallon

Panama City

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jul 24, 2014

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... The two big ships together had to pay 200,000$ to pass and the sailingboats 3200$ together. The cheapest fare was a guy who swam through and he had to pay something like 37 cents. We also learned that many many workers from the carribean island, india and china came over to build the canal. This explains the ethnic diversity here, we recognised earlier and which differs from other countries we visited. While ...

Portobelo to Pacific

A travel blog entry by spenny_stubbs on May 22, 2014

... San Lorenzo which peered over the town and bay below. However the castle was overcome in and an Italian architect was brought to prepare the new defences which would line the waterfront.
Because of it’s rich history the town is named a UNESCO world heritage site, though the look of the place would make you think otherwise. All that remains of the castle is the foundations and a faded historical plaque. The waterfront battlements are worn ...

My dad's visit Part 1

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Apr 19, 2014

2 comments, 44 photos

... get out to the nearby islands. It is a nice spot to see the cityline as well as enjoy a relaxing day away from crowds. You can rent bikes and ride around between the 3 connected islands Isla Flamenco, Isla Perico and Isla Naos.

Casco Antiguo also goes by the name Casco Viejo both mean that the place is old. As I have said before this was the second site that was used for Panama City after Panama Viejo was destroyed by the Privateer Captain Henry Morgan. It has been going through ...

Farewell Panama, & Check Point #1

A travel blog entry by katyflo on Mar 12, 2014

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... because for a lot of people I meet, English is their second language so I've learnt to cut out the slang because it really doesn't help! The Things I No Longer Take for Granted Hot showers Toilet roll Soap in bathrooms Clean clothes Cold drinking water The Things I Miss The Most I wouldn't say I've felt homesick as yet but there are a few things I do miss aside from the obvious family and friends. Seren and my Mum have to be the 2 people I talk ...

Living Large in Panama City!!

A travel blog entry by nellems on Feb 01, 2014

20 photos

... and whether it makes a completed 360 spin.

  • Getting to see a massive container ship, albeit sans cargo, passing through the locks in the Panama Canal. It really is quite the feat of engineering. And it turns 100 years old this year in August.
  • Heading to Albrook Mall and getting the chance to do some shopping for new items of clothing. With only a limited amount of t-shirts and other items of clothing, its good to replace them ...

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