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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 …
... the world and how they stand themselves up taller than humans when they're threatened. Needless to say after a day of adventure I felt scared for the first time (and anyone that knows me and snakes I was mortified)! I was very alert, but luckily no snakes were to be found. After short naps and showers, we headed out for Peruvian food at Machu Piccu and then back to Mike's for Open Mike (punny)! Our tour guides had invited us, and we were so excited ...
Still he was great, washed all my clothes, paid for my meds and gave us our three nights free.....(it seemed to be isolated to my bed so must have come in with previous guest!)
After another few itchy hrs sleep we got up and showered before the 4 of us went next door for dinner to celebrate our achievement.
By the end, we were four nodding heads with no choice but to hit the hay.....
Boquete an excellent ...
... retirement destination for expats. Most of the expats have homes in the mountain. They all come to the farmers markets to sell their good from their farms and pick up local goods.
After the market, we went for a local breakfast. We were all about eating local and trying to stay away from the touristy places. We found a cute family run restaurant for a nice breakfast.
We really didn't have plan for the day. Most people come to Boquete to hike the ...
... and go back to the Caribbean. The lake itself was quite pretty, with clear green water, a lot of jungle-clad islands, and green mountains in the distance. The course through the lake was well marked with buoys (booyies) and leading markers and course lights, probably lasers, so navigation seems to be pretty straightforward, in spite of a sometimes narrow channel, and blind corners. They are in the process of widening the existing channel and deepening it to ...
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