Vereda Tropical Hotel
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... we tasted spearmint, cinnamon, gingerbread, raspberry, passionfruit, límon and limonada (my favourite with mint). Cinto Costena A nice walk from the city to Casco Viejo along the water with pedestrian and cycling paths and via the fish market. Cinco de Mayo A pedestrian mall which ran from our accommodation in Calidonia through to Casco Viejo filled with cheap supermarkets, clothes and variety stores. Panamá Canal We visited the Museum and observation ...
... br> When we did arrive at the canal, we made our way into the Miraflores Visitor Centre. Here, there was a museum spread over four levels, giving information about the canal, the history of it's construction, the uses of the canal, the current expansion project, and the surrounding protected countryside. On leaving the museum, we were left in an empty corridor, which was a little odd. We made our way upstairs to the ...
... included a walk along the malecón (coastal walk) where it was heaving with people (being sunday) and on top of that explored the old town. The old town used to be panama's main hub and is a UNESCO protected site, as a lot of its buildings and streets straight out of 1900. We saw the presidential palace and a bunch of policemen being forced into drills, whilst trying not to laugh. The place feels safe, modern and seems a world away from Peru, Colombia and ...
... Casco Viejo and the neighborhood rapidly deteriorated into an urban slum. Today it is slowly being restored and has now been given Unesco World Heritage recognition. The new town is an ever growing skyline of skyscrapers. Unfortunately, in 2014 the costal highway was completed, a bridged road circling the peninsula of Casco Viejo and a complete eye-saw for the whole city! It baffles me as to what they where thinking building this, it really destroys the whole ...
... semester ahead. Aside from official orientation business, I have spent some time in the pool, reading in hammocks, walking around the small town, playing/watching Mitch's flow toys, and cliff jumping (very, very small cliff I should add) at the local river. The river is absolutely beautiful with a mini waterfalls and cascading pools. There are so many flowers, trees and plants, and the water is so unbelievably clear.
So far everything is S'GOOD