Hotel Las Olas Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I was expecting to be in lush green mountains but in reality we are on a large plain completely surrounded by dark brown mountains with cloud forest further off. It's an unsettling beauty, the kind that makes you stop and question what you're seeing. Far away but clearly and sharply, thick white clouds reach high into the sky as they come over the mountains, as if they're hitting some kind of invisible wall. I wrote a little and watched Maverick on TV (eat your heart ...
... to me (creepy enough), and April and I discussed our back up plan haha. He told me I had beautiful eyes. Awkward.
So we got to the bus station, and decided to explore a little. There were tons of cute shops, selling homemade goods and STRAWBERRIES. Yumm. I truly miss strawberries with a passion. They also dont have raspberries or blackberries really, but those dont really matter much here. The people were all friendly, and eventually we ...
... www.panamamountainhouse.com/ Really nice, lovely lady running it.
10 Hostal Gaia http://www.hostalgaia.com/home.html Nice place, kitchen, etc. They were in the process of getting ready to move when I arrived.
11 Last erupted 400 - 500 years ago. The road is used to maintain the communication towers at the top and the power lines to them
12 The way the indigenous people of the region are treated by the ...
... to take the international bus, at additional cost, in preference to standard public buses because we thought it would make the border crossing a bit similar - no changing of buses, just the same one the whole way through and the bus company had our passport details in their system. Apparently not - the fun was about to begin...
As we were queuing at the bank (next to the immigration office) to pay the departure tax, the bus driver and the bus company assistant ...
... spoke wrench, and she kindly tightened the spokes and made the wheel as true as she could without a truing stand.
Our day of the climb started with a breakfast at the greasy spoon nearby, which opened at 6:30 and had fresh hojaldres (fried puffed bread), scrambled eggs, and boiled yucca (like a starchy potato), as well as mugs of thin oatmeal and coffee. There hasn’t been much in the way of roadside refreshment so far in Panama, so we have to take advantage of ...