Sevilla Suites Apart-Hotel
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... out of the ordinary so far, except the bread tasted slightly stale.
The restaurant is basically one room with a peninsula separating the kitchen from the dining area which only has seating for 20. Apart from me there was only one other table, occupied by what appeared to be a local family of eight. The first course arrived - a vegetable spring roll with a little dish of what tasted like tomato sauce. I tried it without the sauce first. The roll was crispy and ...
... There is no electricity, no outside food or influence other than the government run school (which I sadly couldn’t see due to time and a very slippery walk uphill since it was raining). They seemed genuinely happy for us to be there and happy to share information about their culture with our small group. I enjoyed the sights and sounds of the smaller children running through the rain and playing. Childhood play truly is universal...all kids seem to need is ...
... of the gates. I also got a chance to sit in the captain’s seat, since this process is quite slow. It takes approximately 20 minutes to go through each lock, because the water descends very slowly. We waved to the people on the observation deck, where I had been just days before.
When the last gate closed behind us, I looked up and marveled at the sight behind us. The next ship, a freight ship, was just entering the last lock and looked like it ...
... could swipe for me too. The Chilian lady took me under her wing and I boarded the huge monstrous bus that blasted Panamanian songs as we went along. Following the Chileans families lead, I followed them off the bus and along a road before arriving at the Panama Canal museum and viewpoint. Everyone is really helpful here! Arriving at 11, I'd missed the boats of the morning and so decided to stay till 2 to watch the afternoon boats travelling by. ...
... spokes: 3
Spokes replaced: 9
Falls: 4 (Dan=4, CO=0)
Number of robberies=1 (ATM fraud)
Number of criminals we met in person=0
Number of curious, friendly, supportive people=countless
I found this cycle tour to be one of the toughest I’ve done, yet Dan took to it as if it were all he was ever meant to do. His only regret is that we aren’t continuing on to Ushuaia. Next time.
“Thanks for coming, ...