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Our last day in Panama started with an early adieu to Celine, and a ride back into Sabanitas with Sebastien to get more cash at el Supermercado Rey. Paying the rest of our bill in cash on the street in Panama seemed almost illegal, but we were soon on our way by bus back to Panama City. Catching internet where we can, we have been trying to get the details and sign documents to sell ...
... is a competition with all of the other guests as to who can wake up the earliest to get the best spots.
My family and I are now sitting inside our room recovering from too much time under the sun. It is amazing how interesting Spanish tv can be. Tonight we are going out for dinner and will head to bed early. Tomorrow we are going on an adventure, snorkelling.
Adios my friends. ...
Today is our final at-sea day. We started with breakfast in the dining room. They had their big outlet store sale today so the girls did some shopping while Ron went to exercise.
It is chilly as we make our way back to LA so after shopping/exercising, we find a table inside to play some more euchre. Team Ady/Nancy are now down 12 to 6.
We have some lunch nearby at the ...
... on a daily basis. We’re heading for our next port of call – Cabo San Lucas which is 750 nautical miles away and we’ll get there at the breakneck speed of around 19 knots. According to the Captain, the weather at sea will be much improved with an expected 27 degrees Celsius under bright blue skies. With the recent hurricane that hit Cabo, there is still a question as to whether we stop or continue on to Puerto Chiapas in ...
... not plan to write much from here; I plan to relax. Do not expect an entry every day. That would be too much work.
I have been invited to stay for two full weeks.