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Wednesday, July 4, 2007 Pacific Ocean From Panama to Ecuador Buenas, Sorry for the late update, things have been a little busy onboard lately. I'm writing this as we cross the Equator into the Southern Hemisphere. Before I get to that though I'm going to fill you in on Panama. (By the way, if you didn't see the last post I have started posting some …
... others names and the lady said Rachel Peterson. We had no clue until later that she was the very well known Rachel Peterson who's family farm grows the "Geisha" coffee, at $350 a lb which I'd learnt about on the coffee tour as theirs was the only coffee to ever get full points on the cupping (scoring) of the coffee, so it's the only perfect coffee!
Reason it makes me smile: Walking is ...
... along the Pacific Ocean allowed those places to become more integrated with the world economy.
During this time, ownership of the territory that is now the Panama Canal was first Colombian, then French, and then American before ...
... growing of coffee beans. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
Dinner at Baru Restaurant and Bar. Filet Mignon with a red wine reduction, bacon, mushroom and mashed potatoes for US $ 16.50 plus a Budweiser = US $21.86 after the taxes. The other picture is of a sea food platter for two.
... us up in a 4x4 and drives part wayup the track passing the independant group, feel a little bit guilty but they soon catch us up, a few hours in and I join the group for a little while. Its a 4x4 trail so its wide but the terrainis pretty rutted, I would not want totake a 4x4 up they must go 40 degrees off horizontal at points. As we gain height and probably to due with the tiredness I start to fade, munch on bananas, snickers and fudge for some sugar rush. Inbetween stops we watch ...
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