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... and made it to the harbour on time. It was a beautifully calm and sunny morning, perfect for transiting the canal! It was something that we all wanted to do and definitely one of the main reasons we came to Panama. Being amongst the huge ships was quite something. We went under the impressive Bridge of the Americas, connecting north and South America, and then went along side the pacific port area. The ships that are too big unload some of their cargo which is then put on ...
... the side of her mosquito net enclosure not wanting to open it and risk the crawlies. When we left, it was still in its place of safety, away from things that go bite in the night. We also tried on and bought a new mask and snorkel to replace the one left in the Dominican Republic. The spare we had and tried when snorkeling in Statia just didn't fit right and made snorkeling miserable. Better to get a good mask that fits ...
Prior to the dinner and being such a nice day it was time for a little exercise. A walk down to the beach was on the agenda. It was very relaxing.
The Thanksgiving dinner was at 5.00pm in the Clubroom, we duly arrived on time and sat down with some other visitors. The turkey was delicious, sweet potato, salad, pumpkin pies, and just ...
... br> The wedding
was a happy tearful and emotional event as you would expect. Brittany's Mum Beverly walked her down the aisle,
there were tears in everyone's eyes.
radiant as a bride and held herself together pretty well, a lot better than I
might have been had the circumstances that she had to endure been placed on my
itself was held in a little village ...
... The drive back was quite pretty, beginning with a crossing of a wide, muddy river (The Gatun maybe?) and then through dense rain forest.
We were back at Isla Flamenca by 12.45. No sign of my driver, so I bought a beer from Alberto's, found a bench outside of Fuerte Amador, and sipped of it while admiring the view of the city. This looks quite ominous right now with dark grey clouds banked up behind it. One of the security guards started talking to me in Spanish, pointing out ...