Hotel Valle del Rio
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... a place with fantastic iced coffees! After another wander around the town, and getting some groceries, we went to the local favourite spot for dinner. It's call Big Daddy's Grill and the owner was a very friendly american guy. This place had great tacos. It was also Election Day so outside there was a lot of fire crackers and horns making noise, and flags waving...it also meant no margaritas with dinner... One of the roads leading out from the town was a nice loop ...
... it all happens it seems. There was a strange guy standing in the doorway of the bathroom in my new room for a long time just staring and speaking quietly. Late, whilst I was at the bar having a beer with the barman and a couple of Swiss guys, a German lady came running and was looking for one of the guests, who happens to be a doctor. The man who had been acting so strangely in my room had had a stroke. He looked like he was only 60-65, but I couldn't be ...
... footage, disappointing. Lack of hilarious footage aside, being a very rocky path, David was on the receiving end of the worst ever 'dead leg' and expletives were flowing from his mouth. The expletives dried up as the immediate pain eased but it was a slow limp down the remainder of the trail.
Walking down the hill from the Ranger Station to the park entrance turned out to be the most awkward for David. It was actually less painful to walk backwards down the ...
... have twin chrome exhaust pipes on the back and air horns. The interiors are interesting also, and the drivers like their music loud.
Once in Panama City a group of us went out for dinner - my first meal in 48 hours. I felt much better afterwards, and it stayed in my stomach for more than a few minutes, which was a bonus. The next day some of us went for a walk on the brand new (officially opened in April) road, pedestrian, and ...
... made marshmellows with smores etc.We had such a boss time, it was like a little paradise.
We arrived in Panama city, its mad how developed it is.. one girl from Miami said its excactly like home, massive skyskrapers, bright lights etc. Next day we went to see the Panama Canal lock... boats pass through twice a day so we times it to see them... tbh you couldnt see much! I think the whole process takes about 2 hours, which is mad but not ...