Orange Lake Panama City
Travel Blogs from Panama City
Went to B&N to get Ian's books, went to Lego Imaginary Center at Disney Market Place, then LG took them to play in the "lazy river" in the resort.
... for a while until they decided to crank up the music and close the window to drown out their argument. Darn...I was enjoying that. (something about some missing money...uh oh)
A van full o' people showed up late at night with a crying infant in tow. Babies just love camping; which this one proved by shrieking nearly every other hour throughout the night.
... so good to sit in that dark room with air conditioning while supping on a large diet coke. The vendor had asked me where in Oz I was from, which is the first time i have heard that comment in a while. I'm starting to wonder if maybe I am really from Australia? 6 out 10 Americans can't be wrong can they?
For the record we watched the latest Woody Allen flick "Blue Jasmine", which i thought was pretty good, although the only other couple ...
... It was all pretty delicious although our waiter was a little scatterbrained. Even the Bonefish Grill gave Chris a box of chocolates for his birthday....I can't wait till Christmas.
M&L then took us to the fabulous Pier Park for a visit to the Hofbrauhaus, where we all had some tasty beers and Chris had a birthday shot of Killerpitsch (A German favorite apparently) . We sat down for a while and pretended we were in Germany and watched a man and his dog being ...
... steps from our site. Here we met a fabulous Daiquiri Shack worker named Rob, who although he turned out to be quite a bit racist he did make quite delicious Daiquiris.
Tomorrow is my birthday so I'm excited to find out what surprises Les has in store for me. It's sure to be a good one since i did quit my job and take her around America.
Point of note today we broke through the 7000 miles driven barrier.