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... recover from something I ate on Tuesday, most likely the shrimp at lunch. Thursday - we walked around the hotel birdwatching and got a great look at Blue-headed Parrots. Again, too far away for photos. I did get a photo of an Agouti. We see a nice variety of different birds right near the hotel. John saw a Peregrine Falcon when he was on the balcony this ...
... are three dogs here, one is named Amber, and reminds me a lot of Peppers. She is our fearless leader. She trail blazes with us, day and night, protects us from crazy cab drivers, and even accompanies us for a beer at the local bar/restaurant/single family home/gardening center/whatever else it wants to be. I will miss her a lot when we go back to Panama City.
We have completed a series of orientation tasks and discussions which will prepare us ...
... nighter" a whopper at about $230 for the two of us (and we had to bring our own food and water).
My watch, which is always 5 minutes fast, showed 7:30, so we began to get ready to walk.
Of course, as if on time, David showed up. We popped into his car and arrived at his "office" a few minutes later. He pulled out two plastic chairs onto his driveway and motioned for us to sit. And wait. Okay. I stood. Alan sat. David's six year old crawled into his car ...
... ve had other p***************ing jokes and complimenting the act, encouraging me to do another in the next sector of the cruise. About half of my act that night was about Lifts on board the ship and a number of pranks I’ve played other the weeks on here; the funny knock on effect of that is now when I enter a lift I usually get an “uh oh” from the other passengers, it’s all good fun! The nicest compliment I’ve received was someone pointing out ...
On saturday afternoon I boarded the smallest plane I have ever been on to the unnerving sound of thunder, and to a backdrop of lightening. Luckily, the 55 minute flight from Panama City to Bocas del Toro was a pleasant one. I was literally sat next to the wheels, and had a two seater to myself, whilst being served complementary cookies and juice. In the afternoon heat, I arrived sweaty at my hostel and was instantly welcomed by this Californian lady ...