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... our immigration paperwork. We were on a 'chicken bus' (old American school buses painted and decorated to the nines!) within an hour on our way to Panama City. We switched onto a much bigger air conditioned bus a few hours into the trip and arrived in Panama City bus terminal in the early afternoon. We said goodbye to our new friends and jumped in a cab to our accommodation in downtown Panama City. We spent some time recovering ...
... Washington DC we just gave up... 5 minutes into the drive we were passing some AMAZING graffiti and tall ancient apartments with clothes hanging out on the line, and little kids walking to school in their beautiful uniforms, and I realized I hadn't talked to them about it yet! I stood up and turned around. EVERY SINGLE CHILD was staring out their windows, snapping pictures, pointing, smiling, flabbergasted and giggling. WOW! LOVE! What a great group of kiddos!!
... seeing Captain America. It was a good flick and he enjoyed it once I convinced him to go. We wandered the mall for quite a while because it is huge and has like several distinctly different areas inside of it that make parts seem like totally different malls. To give you an idea 10,000 people are employed by the mall. We then returned to the hostel and continued our recovery. We made a great dinner and then prepared for bed. I sat down to drink a rum and coke expecting my dad to ...
4) There are no street signs here (I am not exaggerating here; corner signs don't exist). Or numeric addresses (as in 465 Bird Street; here you just say it is on this street, next to the bank and the florist--that's your address). It is always an adventure to try to get anywhere new. My Spanish school owner said that when he moved here, he tried to find out the name of his street where he lived. No one who lived on the street could agree what ...
... that went through in 2012 had to pay US $ 419,000. Ships over 125 feet need to be tied by wire to a electric mule on either side of the canal.
All ships going through need a pilot. Even a small sailing boat needs one.