Casa Miguel Suarez
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... on the engine where you drive the train – now this was fun.
Mirador de la Loma del Puerto
And we had to stop at this viewpoint to overlook this wonderful valley…. And we saw all the way to the ocean and the Ancon Peninsula.
In search of a bakery
We liked the pastries from the bakery a whole lot, so we decided to go back and ...
... nice views on the Bay and the ocean with the corals coming right to shore. We also listen to the 'hot Pizza’ guy and went to the sandy town beach, which is not the cleanest we saw so far… tomorrow we will check for a better one.
Our "Princess Casa "at the ocean:
We wanted a Casa with ocean view and nice terrace and we got it, up the colored stairs to ...
... warmth, we couldn't have felt more welcome. Amado had arranged two tuk tuk drivers who were ready and waiting. They grabbed our bags, strapped them on and then we peddled off down the gorgeous cobbled stone streets. Honestly, it would have been quicker to walk, we felt terrible, the poor driver was struggling in the incredibly thick heat. We turned the corner and there in front of us was as a hill. He peddled like mad to take us but he was so tiny and we were so heavy with ...
This morning we woke up in our home in Trinidad and it was lovely. We went downstairs for breakfast around 8 and prepared for our boat trip. My mom still wasn't feeling so good, so she got some medicine from Lein. We all hit the bathroom one last time and met up with the group a little late. We took a van to the marina and waited for our catamaran. We saw a few people leaving the waiting area to board a boat, so we followed them. Soon everyone was walking to ...
... we decided to go check out the nearest beach. We soon found out it was about 5km away and eventually found a poor horse and cart that agreed to take the 9 of us. Poor, poor horse. The 'driver' had to jump out and help push us up one of the hills at one point, and then the horse bolted off the road with us in tow. We all got out and walked a pretty sad couple of meters before jumping aboard again. We arrived at the beach, and it is what ...