Sevilla Suites Apart-Hotel
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... Las Clementinas and Plaza Bolivar is a restaurant called Tantalo. It had a reasonable crowd so I thought I'd give it a try. They have a roof bar on the 4th floor with lovely views over Panama City and the same menu as downstairs, so I grabbed the last empty table, ordered mac and cheese with onion and shrimp ($7) and a gin martini ($9). The barman was obviously superstitious as my drink came with three olives (it's supposedly bad luck to serve martini's with an even number). ...
... for the canal, he had to re-learn English. If you saw in my previous post from Miraflores a video of Ildaura speaking (in Spanish), she mentioned that all canal workers must speak English and Spanish. English is absolutely necessary since it is the language that dominates in the maritime and business/commerce world.
I learned a bit about the other two captains, as well. The one who was relieved at the end of his shift when we boarded the tugboat was Cuban ...
... Vento Surf Morrillo' at $7 a night, as oppose to $700 a night that this plush resort probably demanded. Realising their mistake, back in the van the officers got and after retracing our route and driving 1 minute away from where I was originally collected I finally arrived at my hostel. Similar difficulties regarding my attached rucksack were encountered and I had to be helped out of the van by the officer. Yay I'd arrived with the help of ...
... at the bar it was 3 for 1 vodka's so it wasn't long until we were pretty merry, despite England losing the game. We then wondered back to the hostel, getting lost and grabbing a bottle of rum and had a few drinks at the hostel before catching an early night. The next day was the accidental eventful one! The airport is 40km out of the City and although our flight wasn't until 11.50am there was only one morning shuttle at 08.30 so we went with that one. ...
... opportunity, and I hope to never forget the emotions, feelings and lessons I have learned on this trip. The world is a strange and beautiful place. There is so much it has to offer, and all we must do is take advantage of it. Take the time to learn, experience and grow. I promise, you won't regret it. Finally, always remain thankful, because we, whether you are in Panama, Spain, Florida, or Indiana, are all so blessed.
Success Meter: Grateful.