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... bridge in one piece. It did. We rounded a bend and ahead of us lay the single step of the Pedro Miguel Locks. We were still following 'Ronald N' of Monrovia which had gained ground on us. As at Gatun Locks, she went through the left hand side and we took the right hand channel. However, she was taken through before we were allowed to enter, thus delaying us for a good 20 minutes. From Pedro Miguel Locks we could see the final two steps at Miraflores ...
... what it looked like with one guy crouching over the other. In the morning the reading one got up at 6 and by 8:30 he was ironing his pants on the bed under Vicki. What a dick! We ended up wandering around a different mall deliberating over some clothing purchases but decided our bags were bursting as it was because we have 3 bottles of Flor de Caña in them. At least in L.A. we can buy a bigger carry on for the shoes I want to ...
... 2.5 days which now allows us to go out unsupervised, and as part of the training we had the opportunity to experience some amazing dive locations, exploring a local ship wreck, aforementioned reef and along with spotting the more typical shoals of fish, jellyfish we also saw a 3m nurse shark-which even the dive instructors got excited about! Even though we were clearly informed in advance that if we saw a nurse shark, we shouldn't worry as they ...
... could actually be better than Havana?
Across the road from the Colombia is Iglesia San Felipe Neri that the Las Clementinas guide book said had been beautifully renovated by a private foundation, but was rarely open to the public. Luckily tonight it was so I had a look around the interior after finishing my drink. It has, indeed, been beautifully renovated. The ceiling is particularly impressive, however most of the statuary (both around the altar and in the side chapels) ...
... a tugboat and was right there INSIDE the locks! Now THAT is the ultimate experience.
The day began at the tugboat operators’ office. We had to wait a while to get going because our captain for the day, Capitán Sempéro, was being interviewed for a television special about the 100 year anniversary. (Side note...while the centennial is a really big and emotional deal here, the canal workers are at this point understandably ready for it to be over. They ...