Hotel Las Olas Beach Resort
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... not leave the airport until we had one.
The first lessons about visiting Panama were that all things take forever and that the officials go out of their way to let you make mistakes! So they can then pounce on you.
Somehow we ended up with a young Panamanian man (Hamilton) helping us. Although from my view I don't know how much he helped. His goal being to get paid by us to help solve a difficult problem. There was much ...
... This was just one of the great stories we heard over the next 3 days. On our first evening we met and chatted over dinner with a lovely couple from Brooklyn NYC, Tera and Byron. It transpired we were the only four staying the next few days so we had the place including the three beaches all to ourselves! The place can actually take up to 20 but Frank said he ideally keeps it to under 14 which is honestly amazing given the size of the place. The next day was Keith's ...
... door without a second glance to throw our bags on the bus.
Finally, we were sitting in the bus again, a bit bewildered about what just had happened. After a quick fumigation of the bus, our journey continued city of David. Panama is one hour ahead of the rest of Central America so we arrived at 5pm and the city was bustling with people moving around between work, the market stalls, shops and malls. We decided against taking a New York yellow coloured taxi to our ...
We arrived at the mountain town of Boquete in Panama.
There are many coffee plantations in Boquete. Today we took time and visited one of Panama's most famous family owned coffee companies: Cafe Ruiz.
Our tour guide Carlos informed us about the art of growing, processing and tasting coffee.
We saw the 92 year old owner of Cafe Ruiz sitting outside on the terrace of the coffee shop. Carlos ...
... country. Another was telling his wife not to use google or the government would read her emails and put her in a concentration camp in the US for US citizens who had left the US. By now we’d had a few beers and Zoe decided to poke the hornets nest and started on guns…oh dear. Zoe & I were outraged recently that an American set a trap by leaving the garage door open with light on with his wallet in the garage and then promptly shot ...