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As Zoe says, we will be taking a little plane, a medium plane, and then a BIG plane on our way to Manchester, England. The girls are super excited. We've outlined what we'll be doing & seeing in London in a fortnight. Friends we need to see have been contacted and plans are coming ...
... making decisions.
Panama City and Cartagena should be sweltering, near the 90s. But Manizales gets a lot of rain. Bogota is not like Wisconsin, but it gets cool at night. I'm not going to wear shorts when hiking Nevado del Ruiz, and I'm not going to wear my hiking boots on the beach.
I know it will all be good, and somehow, someway, I will manage to pack what I need.
But in the meantime, I will do it kicking and screaming.
... owned by the Kuna tribe. Owned as in even the Panamanian government can't tell them what to do. Owned as in the islands are named after people in the tribe. One is named Robinson's Island for Robinson. Frank has an island named "Frank's Island." Electricity is scarce on most of them or doesn't exist at all. If electricity doesn't exist, there sure isn't wi-fi or a way to book a stay on one of these places. Some of the Kuna communicate ...
... at the Creekside Lands Inn (creeksidelandsinn.com) from April 16th through the 21st. Renee and I stayed here the last time we went and it is one of the more inexpensive hotels in the Charleston area. It has free hot breakfast and, shockingly enough, is located on a small creek.
April 21st - Depart Myrtle Beach @9:00 PM
In April, I will get to my sixth continent, South America. I went to Costa Rica in 2010, but technically that is considered Central America.
I decided that Colombia would be the place to visit in South America, along with 4 nights in Panama City, Panama. Why these places?
1) Both are affordable. Compared to recent trips I have taken, these ...
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