Sierra Llorona Panama Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Sierra Llorona Panama Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sierra Llorona Panama Lodge Colon
Travel Blogs from Colon
... caught us out and she rounded up before we could dump the Main and bring her back on course. Another less dramatic roundup followed shortly after and we decided to drop the Gennaker and sail under Main alone. It was while we were lowering the Snuffer Sock that we noticed a tear near the clew of the Gennaker! WTF! @#%$&*!@#$.
So after sailing under Main only for a few more hours in an increasingly lumpy sea I decided to drop sail and motor the ...
... thereafter descending again through a final set of locks to sail into the 'exit ocean'. The Gatun locks enable ships to rise or fall three steps. At Pedro Miguel there is just one step, with the remaining two steps being navigated at Miraflores locks to balance the entire transition at six steps (three up and three down). ...
... with spending a lazy day like this. Next day we wanted to spend on the beach but the weather didn't cooperate so we had to spend it mostly in the waterfront bars and restaurants. There are worst places to spend a rainy day. It turned out to be one of the windiest days here as there were a lot of accidents with the surfers that were trying to ride the waves. After being on the coast for about a week we headed into the mountains near Boquete for some hiking. We had a nice ...
... Well today we were the unlucky ones who experienced such a delay! After arriving in Gamboa, we were left waiting on our bus for an hour and a half until we could get the go ahead to board the ferry. As arduous as it sounds, Ted and I coped fine since the bus was air conditioned, and we had movies loaded on our iPhones. The movie I watched was "A Caribbean Mystery" which was pretty appropriate. During our wait, we also had a local pastor board the bus to try and ...
... like system they grew up in, lived and worked in. In previous generations, West Indian workers and other low skilled, non European workers building the canal, were paid less and in silver coins rather than the gold coins and higher salary or white American workers. Thus, the terminology for workers became “Gold Men” or “Silver Men.” You may think that was ...