Posada Los Destiladeros

Address: El Limon, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

Sun & Rum, Cigars & Coffee

A travel blog entry by melstravels on Jul 22, 2015

59 photos

... more sometime in the future – I’ve heard excellent things about the Bocas Islands on the Caribbean side. Big thumbs up for Panama so far.

After a final day of chilling I left Panama City on Wednesday 22 July bound for Bogota, Colombia, for the final stage of my South & Central American holiday. By this mid-holiday point I am relaxed (through still feeling the effects of the horrid cold) from my ...

Panama Canal Cruise

A travel blog entry by travelducks on May 19, 2015

9 comments, 30 photos

... McCaws in a sanctuary in Costa Rica; we visited a rum distillery; and we toured old churches, town squares and historical sites. In Victoria, BC, we toured the beautiful Buchardt Gardens. In Vancouver Susan ate oysters, we walked through Gastown and Chinatown and enjoyed the ambiance.

We loved this trip! We loved being on the ship, loved being rocked to sleep every night. Would we ...

Winding down to Panama City

A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 31, 2015

18 photos

... time reading a novel on my ipad while listening to music on my ipod. If you are one of those techie-geekie people who are wondering why I don't have the music on the same device as the books, that's because you are a techie-geekie person. And I can't be bothered to start changing things around.

Every few hours, we stopped for a comfort break and stretched our legs. Most of the way is along a fairly flat route, although it was noticeable that there is a huge ...


A travel blog entry by laureneden on Jan 19, 2015

32 photos

... the most exotic thing is a mashed up badger at the side of the road. My more sinister wildlife experiences included: -being unexpectedly ambushed and attacked my someone's brain damaged pet cat which although doesn't generate the same pity as a shark or bear attack really tore my leg up. -having a wet branch on my foot when hiking going to remove it and discovering it was actually a SNAKE. Scary stuff. I've been white water rafting and went up into the cloud forest hiking a ...

Isla Iguana

A travel blog entry by alisonoudman on Dec 18, 2014

... It's supposed to be touristy but I thought it was really quiet. Everyone is very friendly and says hello when you pass. The rest of the afternoon we took advantage of the pool and lazy hammocks outside our room. For dinner we were recommended an italian place just across the road. The food was fantastic! It's was some of the best Italian I've had. We were the only ones in there and so we had quite a nice evening! The next day ...