Le Meridien Panama
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What an amazing experience we had yesterday, alarm set for 6AM so we could watch the whole transit. We arrived at the first lock (Gatun Lock) from the Caribbean Sea at 7AM which took about 2 hrs to get through 3 Chambers in order to lift the ship 85 feet to travel across the Gatun lake. Once through the first lock we had to drop anchor for 2 hours whilst some cargo traffic passed. The Gatun lake is surrounded by jungle so ...
... and all kind of forms. On my first day in Panama City I went directly to the mercado de mariscos. Fresh fish in all thinkable ways of preparation. I had ceviche...of course. And it is sooo good there. A walk in the old town and in the evening a little meet up with my encounter from Boquette, Marco, who was in town for some business. The hostel is also pretty amazing. It s an old villa, high ceilings, huge rooms and an amazing view over the sea and "little ...
After some extremely expensive flights from Quito to Panama we arrive in Central America, looking forward to seeing what this new region has in store. This city is huge with 2 very contrasting areas, to the south hundreds of New York sky-scrapers and just north is old town with the typical Latin American look and feel. There wasn't much street food around, on our first morning we had ...
... is one of the few things that actually makes sense in this heat. They have glasses of sangria for $10 and jugs for $20. I asked the waiter how many glasses in a jug, and he said four. I quickly did the math and established that the jug made a whole lot more economic sense. Beautiful batch made with rum and Cointreau. Finished my soup then slowly sipped sangria and read the news on Pulse, then started john Connelly's "The Killing Kind". There was a tape of lounge music ...
... water from Lake Gatun. Like the Suez Canal convoys of vessels take it in turns to use the Canal. We had booked to spend the day in the Sanctuary on the ship to see us pass thru the Canal and locks which we did until about lunch time but then the heavens opened and we got drowned, so we went back and dried off and changed and watched us pass thru the Lake Gatun from the balcony of our stateroom. We also went down and watched from the ...