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... El Salvador, and then Guatemala. The flight was turbulent towards the end and the landing sequence was about an hour long as the pilot did his best to swerve round thunderstorms. Our view of the storms out of the window was superb. Kori thought the plane's wing might have taken a lightning strike at one point. Apparently, this is a fairly routine occurrence. After landing, we borrowed a pen from our neighbour, Jorge, to fill in the immigration forms. Although we picked up our ...
... staring into the distant ocean in hope of catching a giant fin fly up in the air, no luck as yet!
Going back to Panama I do need to give credit to Liz the photographer (the red head I mentioned in the first post all those weeks ago); she and 2 of the other photographers were allowed shore leave to video the ship going through the canal and I pleading with her (with little hope) to get me a Panamanian flag, to go into the collection of others I have. Bless her heart, ...
... us wandering around the area after dusk either.
As expected, our hostel wasn´t the quietest place in the world. It was full of young people who were eager to part as hard as possible. Luckily we were so tired that we fell asleep immediately even though there was a bunch of people screaming next to our room until 3.00.
Day 2: December 5, 2014
That day we planned to visit the country´s main attraction – Panama Canal. We had read that the easiest ...
The Panama Canal
We watched a 50 minute documentary on the building of the canal. It was a very interesting NOVA program with a lot of original footage. It was fun to go through the Panama Canal for the first time on its 100th anniversary year.
We set our alarm for 5:15, climbed the 8 stories to get a cup of coffee then headed to the bow. Ok, a few hundred people had the same idea but we still found a good spot just behind a couple of short ...
... 35 each to slide down the side of a volcano on a piece of ply wood only once. Next Ometepe, a largish size island in the middle of a lake that has the same colour water as the Yarra. Next, San Juan Del Sur, where we stayed at an Australian owned party hostel and paid $15 each for a dorm room. Just like Leon, San Juan Del Sur is a very much backpacker orientated destination in the sense that there are too many 'too cool for school' types getting into the spirit and ...