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I skipped the pancakes and had some tuna (thanks to Charlotta from Germany) and banana with coffee. Then I went on a bike ride with Rick from South Africa. We took in the sights in the historical district, and were impressed by the buildings and the atmosphere too. We saw a couple of churches, statues and then to plaza Francia where you get a great view of the skyline and everything else in sight. The drivers were accommodating whenever we ...
... road, recently finished, that goes around the old city. It has traffic lanes, seperate bike lanes, misting points( panama is mucho calor) and observation points. At the end is a skate park, playgrounds and a soccer stadium. We then re entered Casco Viejo from the other side. I won't bore you with the stops and history. We can always meet up for a coffee chat for that! After our tour, I wanted to find me a Panama hat. Octavio showed me 2 stores. I went to one and tried on ...
... I realized it was almost time to go. Elena found a model of a ship called D'artagnan, and she was thrilled because she knows a cat with the same name.
Alan bought some souvenirs in the store for his little cousins and then we were off! We boarded our bus with Roger and went back into the city for a walking tour of the old colonial part. It was beautiful! The mix of Spanish, French, and modern architecture was spectacular. It gives me chills. We went to ...
... gifts. :) These are the benefits of being genuinely kind and friendly to strangers, even when you dont have to.
Another example comes from shopping and the movies. Here you go to the mall just like normal, but here you can buy anything and everything in the world at the mall. In total, according to my estimate, the mall is around .7 miles from one end to the other. Its is 3 stories tall, and includes a bowling alley, ...
... Life is pretty good.
Transportation here is mostly by busses. I walk to school and to the plaza, but other than that, you have to take a bus pretty much everywhere you go, unless the FSU people will drive you, or you have to take a taxi. Grocery shopping is the same as the US, only there is a fresh fruit market you have the opportunity to go to. The fresh fruit market here is very different from that ...