Sierra Llorona Panama Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the cars. The container will be unloaded now. That's a bummer; we hoped to get the cars out today. Now we have to find a hotel and Colon is known as a dangerous place where you will get robbed when walking the streets. When we present the Bills of Lading to Aduanas Francefield, a separate harbour area, the woman behind the desk mumbles irritated and produces a list of what we need. 3 Photocopies of the BoL, our passports, the car title, the insurance and the ...
... She does the copying and that sort of things. The name Celia reminds me of the record I just bought of Celia Cruz, a singer from Havana and when I play the music Susana invites us all to dance salsa. So we do while the other people in the office watch and start dancing too. For all this work Susanna sells two insurances of 15 USD each and her provision will be about 10 cents. We bring her and Celia a bunch of ...
... filthy building where I could rent a room for 8 dollars. I remember being fascinated by the lively "Caribbean" feel to the city (in contrast to the modern, upscale Panama City). Now that I've visited several Caribbean countries, I think the comparison is a bit of an insult to the Caribbean. Colon is a dump. The living conditions are squalid here. And, as I found out years later, many Panamanians are afraid to come to this city! The strange thing is that there's a lot of ...
... on Instagram...I´m like do I follow you? She seemed cool so we chatted and hungout throughout the tour.
Upon arrival to Colon I took some photos and enjoyed the early am bike rider atmosphere of people checking out my bike, going to the bathroom, hydrating, and warming their muscles or stretching. Around 7 am we started to roll out. Again easily making friends along the way and seeing others I knew. Very friendly atmosphere, actually one of my ...
... experience was topped off with the surprise road to cross the canal ¨and a flurry of, quick, grab the camera, this is cool, resulting in many unfocused fotos¨ as we headed next to Castillo San Lorenzo. The drive there was maybe 30 minutes down a lovely jungle ambient road...perfect in my mind for biking and running (returning it was proven to be the place to go running).
The castle is situated at the end of a road just past a tiny ...