Sevilla Suites Apart-Hotel
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... in Manuel Antonio. We ate a big slap up meal for $3 and it tasted great. Then we bought a small bottle of Ron de Caldas (Colombian rum) and a coke and drank some cuba libres on the balcony. Then to a club with no admission charge with 2 different Germans and back. I played a bit more table tennis and then turned in.
I woke up quite early considering I went to bed quite late yesterday. I got ready, had two bananas, avoiding pancakes for the second ...
... city streets. Needless to say, there were no suicide handles in the cabs and most without seatbelts! After a refreshing shower, another daily necessity, I headed off in another cab. This time a loco fearless, working on his 9th life I'm sure, cabbie. I think they should require helmets upon entry to every cab in Panama City! A bit of western shopping and I was off home to sleep. I head back to Guatemala on another early morning flight, why??? I'm really checking this further the next time I ...
... to people in their cars. The kids were fascinated. I was flabbergasted at the men selling beers to the tired over-worked drivers! That was something I didn't point out.
For dinner, we could choose steak in a sauce with peppers and onions and a baked potato, a fillet of Sea bass and rice, or grilled chicken and rice. WE had a good mix of everything! I LOVED the fish but of course ordered the steak. Maya is a perfect food partner because we share everything off ...
... to come, so we can really get into the details of football, instead of just running drills. Im a little nervous though, because my tennis shoes will be giving out any second now. I only have a few more weeks before I will be buying a new pair.
So I think that is enough for tonight. Hopefully I will be back soon, if anyone is actually reading these. :) Tata for now, and keep inspiring people.
Success meter: marvilloso.
... first rain today, although only for an hour. Sailing is still very smooth but for the third time in nine days we have had to put clocks forward one hour and only once put them back, so we are having trouble knowing what day or what time it is.
Apparently it takes about twelve hours to cross the Panama waiting for locks etc. which I am sure the Bishops will ...