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... through the Miraflores locks was also really good and offered a different perspective to actually cruising through them. The entry fee was included in the cost of the tour. I also saw some great souvenirs in the gift shop, but as a global traveller eternally living out of a suitcase I’ve become good at turning away from unnecessary trinkets that would previously have definitely come along with me.
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... were unprepared for the torrential rains, insects, snakes, and mudslides. They failed because of lack of equipment and disease; over 20,000 died. The Americans took over and had the full faith and support of the USA behind them. Teddy Roosevelt wanted it built because he wanted an easy way to move the Navy from the east to the west coast. He visited during the rainy season and as ...
... world. The water where crocodiles lurk and pelicans feed is murky. Green buoys - each one numbered - mark the safe route through. As we pass buoy 75-A a railway line comes into view running along the shoreside. Then a container ship passes by on our port side. Ahead of us is Panama City, a modern city of tall skyscrapers. Our exit into the Pacific will be around dusk.
... weather we did not want to venture far from the hostel. As it was we walked back in the rain and thunder storm getting absolutely drenched! The next day we really couldn't be bothered to do much. We had the worst night sleep. 3 French guys in our room and they did not give a **** about us trying to sleep. One guy had to read in the dorm and the other two well Vicki thinks they were fighting and I think they were doing it! ...
... It had its own laws (based on the state of Delaware's), it's own postal service, churches, schools, and even it's own own prison system, including Gamboa Penitentiary where Norriega was incarcerated.
It wasn't that hot outside now as long as we caught the breeze, and the sky was covered by dark grey clouds. Wouldn't be surprised if we get a storm this afternoon. We arrived at Gamboa about 11.50 and a light rain began to fall as we boarded the bus back - perfect ...