Le Chateau De Xello
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... plants they use to build with, for medicine and to eat. On the way back we were dropped off at the Panama Canal museum (Mirra Flores) to see up close, the locks in action. To finish off the day we went swimming and watched the sunset over the skyline! Perfect!
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... 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! ...
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... peasant styles and the more ornate and expensive styles. The dress can also include ribbons and pom-poms and have a headress that accompanies it. The top skirt is held in both hands during the dance. Here is more information on the pollera: http://panamaliving.com/polleras.html
And a video of the Pollera Dance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rGWBEKv tXU
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