Sevilla Suites Apart-Hotel
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... I grab a coffee from the bakery (cost 40c), make a sandwich and Leesh has a little nap on the table while we wait for the sun to come up and decide the best route to the hostel. It looks about a 1km walk to the hostel so not too bad, but with Leesh not feeling well, it'll be find a cab or bus that goes that way and save the leg work for the one and only day in Panama City today. A female security guard slowly starts walking over to our table as we had been there for a while now. ...
... time just gawking at our surroundings – seeing the remaining canal the French attempted in the 1880s or various shipping transiting the canal including a cargo ship hauling Toyotas (we were told) for NYK, the parent company of Crystal Cruises. No doubt our fascination arises because of the history behind the construction of the Canal, both the attempts by the French and success by the Americans. Of course, that President Theodore Roosevelt was a ...
... skyline. We went in duty free shop - such nice air con! Then decided to take taxi to ancon hill as not much to see here when just fences all over the place blocking the view. Got to see the cool colourful museum which is the biodiversity museum. Taxi dropped us off and pretty steep curvy hike up to top of hill - I was sweating buckets! Nice views from the top of skyline, old town, pan America bridge and the canal. Saw crazy colourful caterpillar - I thought it was ...
... and friends for the rest of our lives. We were naturally excited and scared at the same time about going back and facing the reality. We felt like our life was about to challenge us again. In any case we were ready to start fighting for our glorious future.
At about 14.00 we took a cab to Albrook Mall where we basically spent the whole afternoon between window shopping, watching a movie and eating.
At about 19.00 we grabbed our backpacks and headed to the ...
... city and there are fleets of modern buses, all using an Oyster-style card for payment, but despite this no one seems to know which bus goes where so after queuing for an hour for what we were told was the only bus going to the canal, another bus turned up at the next stop and all 200 people in the queue ran for that one instead. Having been 5th & 6th in the queue we were not missing out so we sharpened our elbows and squeezed into the last remaining space.
We arrived ...