Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa

Avenida Los Cumulos 3-G, Cerro Azul, Panama | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cerro Azul

Shooting the Gap with the turtles

A travel blog entry by colin


... to the bus to Turbo. Then I had to find Barrie, who was a tad upset to have discovered his bus had disappeared with his bag. Bloody stupid of them to move the bus with a passenger not there. At 3pm we were off to Turbo. This ride took about 3 and a half hours, some of it on some rough roads. I was hoping to avoid long days in buses, but this was pretty much unavoidable (well, there is a night bus but the idea of a night bus makes me ...

Panama Canal full transit

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... of new reservoirs.

The estimated cost of the project is US$5.25 billion. The project is designed to allow for an anticipated growth in traffic from 280 million PC/UMS tons in 2005 to nearly 510 million PC/UMS tons in 2025. ...

Arrive Panama City, Panama

A travel blog entry by danfrerich


Made it to Panama! Took a nice long walk down a 2km causeway at the pacific end of the Panama Canal where it empties into the ocean and got an overview of the city. My plan to not learn Spanish yet has proven difficult with taxi cab drivers, one guy called his friend to have him translate on where and how much. ...

Panama City, Panama 19th Nov - 21st Nov

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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After the big carnival celebration at Bocas, all the busses were full up leaving the island. We wanted to get a day bus so we could see some of the scenery of Panama but they were full so ended up getting the night bus. We took a boat across to the mainland and then a taxi to the bus station and then a bus all the way to Panama city ...

A long weekend: We goes....

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer


... her Milan for short. Milan is a short round woman who never smiles. I was introduced to her while watching Super Old Rickety Guy, known later as Sorgi, attempt to save a seat for his daughter in law while we waited for our chariot to the boat. Sorgi had managed to shoe all the people vying for a seat near him, he was very popular. Or maybe it was the cushioned seat, hmmmmm, nope Sorgi was definitely the draw. Anyway Milan showed up and nearly sat on Sorgi's hand and then looked ...


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