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... Tabago, an 45 minute boat ride from the city. The Island was very small, around 4 miles end to end and had a small community living on the island. We arrived around 10am and left at 4:30pm. In that time we walked to a small cove, through the forest where the water was crystal clear but with no beach to relax on. We then headed back to the village beach where we settled for a couple of hours. The bay was small but the water ...
... odd wall although the Cathedral's lookout tower is still intact.
Back at the hotel, Maria had a swim in the pool whilst David worked on the blog poolside. Getting back into the room afterwards proved a bit of a challenge though. The key didn't work in the door and after asking to get it changed twice, the manager came to check himself with his master key. The battery in the lock had apparently ran out which meant a bit of maintenance on ...
DAY 2- PANAMA VIEJO
Our second day in Panama and we have decided to visit Panama Viejo. This historic place is the remaining site of the old Panama City. It was also the former capitol of the country. These historic ruins hold many parts of history to them. About 500 years ago, the Spaniards settled this land. There is also so much more history that I could talk about for days. So if you are not a fan of ...
... we had met, most of them couples—Erin and Rajel, Maggie and Bryan, Leah and Nat, Adela and Kris, and wondered how their relationships fared over time. Ours was back on track, and that night we stayed in a budget hotel adorned with hearts (I’m pretty sure it wasn’t a 24-hour love hotel, but at any rate, it was a lot better than the hotel that wasn’t The Beach).
Our last day on the road, May 15, just 35 km to Panama City. The highway got ...
... pool with a garden hose and you can get an appreciation. Wikipedia tells me that an olympic pool holds 2,500m3 this means the lock flow rate will fill an olympic pool in 12 seconds or you home pool in about 3! Sorry about all the maths but I like maths.
At each of the locks there is a large collection of seabirds, predominately pelicans, they gather because the addition of 100,000m3 of fresh water to the sea causes salt water fish ...