Posada Casa Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for the canal, he had to re-learn English. If you saw in my previous post from Miraflores a video of Ildaura speaking (in Spanish), she mentioned that all canal workers must speak English and Spanish. English is absolutely necessary since it is the language that dominates in the maritime and business/commerce world.
I learned a bit about the other two captains, as well. The one who was relieved at the end of his shift when we boarded the tugboat was Cuban ...
... skype my friends Mal and Karris for a chat and catch up. Wonderful to see them. Technology is amazing.Sunday June 15th. Happy birthday Ashleigh. We decide today we will take the hop on hop off red double decker bus on the 2 city tour routes . We find these are a great way to orientate ourselves to a city. It was stormy and wild looking but great on the bus to see the amazing skyline and stormy backdrops. This is an amazing city sprouting an enormous amount of high ...
... to starting every conversation with "English?" before continuing. Cirsty grateful of the universal male and female sign for toilets. The travellers board their plane ready for some sleep before landing in Rio. Sleep is not an option as the majority of the passengers are standing in the aisle chatting in foreign languages. Cirsty and Ryan experience heartbreak when discover that the lady to their left ...
... neat. We found a few shops that were open and picked up a few things but nothing too exciting. We probably should have bought stuff in Antigua when we first arrived as we were never able to find anything as good or as cheap. The highlight of the whole afternoon by far was watching the military parade and the lowering of the flag at the presidents house. I'm still not fully sure how we were allowed to get as close as we did but it was a sight to see. It all started with ...
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