Panama Center Apartments
Travel Blogs from Panama City
... We had a nice meal with the preacher and his wife, my pants were all dirty, Humberto brought me some police uniform pants to wear, funny. We finally were ready to go out, not sure the preacher liked us leaving but it was carnival!
We found out that this little village by the river was a bit bigger than we thought. We went out to Puerto Indio, the indigenous part of town, to a little hole in the wall for a few beers. Then we actually were taken into a salsa bar, very surreal ...
... were flying out of the water and doing all kind of spins and backflips. A few moments later we spotted a swordfish attempting the same feet. Not as elegant, but still pretty impressive.
That concluded our time in Panama City and indeed Panama. We are under some stricter time constraints in Central America, so we booked our bus to San Jose, Costa Rica and left on Sunday evening to begin the 16 hour bus.
... and as we shine the lights by the waters edge we see the reflections of crocodiles eyes poking out of the water. we pull up to the island unload the giant ice bucket full of drink and seats and carl sets a fire away. there is no light pollution so the sky is full of stars and as we chat we see fireflys light up by the waters edge. as the fire dies away we pack up head back and me jean carl and billy have a night cap and a chat. its been a really great memorable ...
... one can take the Amador Causeway to its' ending point and find a number of eating and drinking spots with wine by the bottles starting at $15. As Panama uses the U.S. Dollar as their currency, money exchange is unnecessary. Taxis are dirt cheap as long as you confirm the price before entering and some minimal knowledge of Spanish goes a long way although most Panamanians are eager to practice their often limited ...
... out of Panama. Having spent time doing this, the first staff member came over to us again and said "Actually, flights out of Panama aren't good enough. Ye need to book flights out of Central America". We were in a panic as we
knew that weŽd be flying out of Central America sometime in April to Japan but still werenŽt sure of the dates. If we were to book the flights in that instant, we probably would have ended up changing the dates ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed