Sierra Llorona Panama Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tiny beach where only one man lives with his two monkeys. We chilled here for the day sunbathing, relaxing and drinking rum. That evening we went to a larger nearby island to spend the night in our own private beach cabins looking out over the Kuna Yala. We had a large bonfire and party that evening. The next day we stayed in my favourite island. It was like paradise. Stunning small private island with only us staying there ...
... get access to the bow. I guess there are a lot of people that had the Panama Canal on their bucket list too. In any event, I’m not sure how many of you have done the canal trip before but I thought I’d give you some facts and figures, which are quite surprising.
- It takes about ten (10) hours total to traverse the entire canal. They start moving only southbound vessels into the canal in the early a.m. ...
Since I havenīt been able to run for the past 3 months I concentrated my efforts on biking and swimming instead.
I've known for a year about a huge bike ride, a tour really, that happens in Panama, called Ocean to Ocean. A ride from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean in one day, some 82 km, aka less than 100 miles or 1.5 hrs driving. The only bike ride like it in the world!!! I wanted to do it last year but someone scared me into not doing it because ...
We started through the West Locks (Gatun Locks) at approx. 9 am. Everyone that had booked tours took "tenders" to reach shore, we stayed on the ship so we could experience the process which took us through 3 sets of locks and into Gatun Lake. We headed back through the East locks so we got a full idea of what happens on each side. We then headed to port of Colon where we picked up the ...
... in Sydney later in the year.
Must mention Dave from Anahata whom we met in Kingston Jamaica and caught up again with in San Blas. Safe travels Mate. See you when you make landfall in “Oz”.
Finally thanks to Rob and Lauren from “Southern Comfort” for all their support and help, sharing with us their knowledge from 18 years of cruising and helping in every other way ...