Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... she is about to tell us to move on, but she leans over, sees Leesh dead asleep with her arms across the table, smiles at me and keeps walking. Leesh finally wakes up and we decide to go sort out a cab to the hostel as its now 0745. We walk out onto the strip where the buses and cabs are and a guy sees the foreigners and starts beeping his horn at us from a while back, as he screeches up to us saying 'taxi, taxi.'. I show him the screenshot map of where we had to go and ask how much. ...
... in acquiring the Canal (more about that later) adds to its appeal, especially for those of us who are Teddy Roosevelt fans. And it can’t be overstated - the Canal is considered one of the engineering wonders of the modern world. If you are curious about this marvel, read The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914, by David McCullough or watch the PBS special based on his book, and narrated by him, entitled A Man, A Plan, ...
... Then Ivo and I took taxi to albrook mall - ******* huge! So big! Had a wrap and smoothie and then we hit the shops. Cool decorations and massive Christmas tree inside. I didn't buy anything but Ivo got camera and hiking boots. Stayed till 7 then walked into old town and cane across shop with cool models made out if polystyrene. Had seen the figures on the balcony before but didn't realise was a shop. Guy was from Southampton and he let us come in - so cool - ...
... went by public bus (USD 1.50 per person). On the way we had a small incident when something started to get burnt inside of the bus and some ladies got completely crazy jumping off the bus (I was actually one of them :)). Fortunately it was nothing serious (at least according to the driver) and we made it to the airport. Since our flight was supposed to leave on the 8th of December at 5.45 we decided to sleep at the airport. We were so grateful we wouldn´t have to stay overnight at public places ...
... peaceful. The island houses and is run by an extended family of people know as Kunas. There are three or perhaps four generations of this family on the island. They seem really happy and so they should. What's interesting is that everyone seems to have a specific job. For instance when I asked to a fresh coconut I was pointed to the bar. I asked the barman who directed me to the manager who called for a lady ...