Taborcillo Island Resort
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... of the city and the overpriced beers. The following morning we had a couple of hours to kill before our flight so we walked along the shores of the canal to the local fish market. By the time we had walked back our time in Panama City was up and we had a flight to catch that was heading to Bogota, Colombia.
I know what you are thinking, "Airport? doesn't that mean you checked your bags ...
... in our hearts. It was difficult to leave tonight because friendships were formed and bonds were beginning to be stronger, but we have our home to go to as well. We came here to serve alongside of them, and then to go home and serve our community and alongside our church.
To end the day quite nicely, the people that we have met here in Panama, loved, and worked alongside have become our family that we know and love. Ellos son nuestra familia en Cristo. They are ...
The day started with the usual breakfast from the bakery next door - croissants, empanadas and coffee. David wanted to see theTicos play England so while he did that, Maria did some research on Colombia.
After the game, we went to the Multiplaza mall, the bigger of the closest malls. Maria managed to buy some new clothes today so that put a smile on her face.
The Colombia-Japan game was being shown everywhere in mall, virtually ...
... gifts. :) These are the benefits of being genuinely kind and friendly to strangers, even when you dont have to.
Another example comes from shopping and the movies. Here you go to the mall just like normal, but here you can buy anything and everything in the world at the mall. In total, according to my estimate, the mall is around .7 miles from one end to the other. Its is 3 stories tall, and includes a bowling alley, ...
... in play. It was so incredible, getting to see these animals in nature, moving in their natural habitat.
After this, we took the boat to the land for a hike. We hiked about 30 minutes into the jungle to an old USA military base, used to train soldiers. The base was overrun with plants, taking over, taking back control. They didn't seem to like the intruders on their land. They were reclaiming it nicely though. On the hike we saw a few really ...