Long House Bethel Hotel
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Metropolitan National Park-If your going to Boquete and Bocas then youll see ...
In 24 short hours we will be headed to the airport to start our journey to Panama. 4 flights, 3 layovers, and 20 hours later we will land in Panama on Saturday night. In 15 days we will visit four different areas; Panama City, Bocas Del Toro, Boquete and Pedasi (Azuro coastline).
I am not even close to being packed and I still must make it through another work day tomorrow. So I'll keep this short and sweet and cross my fingers Friday night comes quickly!
... as they change colors. I am not however prepared to deal with the winters here. It gets colder than Iowa's arctic winter last year and it's flat out here so the wind makes it worse. Right now I am at my first day of work as a nanny for the month. He's a 17 month old named Liam. He's currently napping. Luckily they only live about 2 blocks from where I live so the walk in the dark in the morning isn't so bad. It was actually peaceful this morning. The stars were out, it was chilly, ...
... town in 20 minutes. We stopped along the main things to see including a lake for a nice morning sunset. The Kuksokwin River is the what makes this town what it is. Most of the products that come to this town come by air or port through this river. People fish this river and the river runs all the way from the Bering Sea into the middle of Alaska. My previous stops in Alaska were Nome and Kotzebue. The terrain here is very similar to those two ...
... I arrived just after 7 and was able to watch the sunrise as we descended. Bethel is pretty much a wet marshy tundra. Flying in I saw hundreds of lakes and ponds. There are no mountains or hills. It's pretty flat and wet. As we landed I thought, "What am I doing here?!" My friend met me at the one room airport to pick me up. I was exhausted after not sleeping much in the airport. Given that there isn't much to do in Bethel we spent most of the 3 day weekend ...