Valle Escondido Resort Golf & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... not full enough, they cut the trip short and turn around. So I was left with my bags at a spot where another bus would come and collect me, thankfully with one another guy who explained all this to me. He was busy chatting on his phone for the first ten minutes, and only then did he realise that I needed some info and reassuring.
2 - The stroke victim
I got to my hostel, after the taxi driver tried to con me out of a dollar. It doesn't ...
Today (Friday) we are in transit through the Panama Canal. Entering
from the Atlantic Ocean and leaving at the Pacific Ocean. The Canal is 48 miles
We are running a bit behind schedule due to the rescue on Wednesday
night. We entered the first lock around 9.30 am which was pretty amazing. It
took about an hour to be lifted about 30 feet and then sailed up to the ...
... the goods. I think the most interesting thing that we learnt on the tour is that the 'real' coffees that we drink back home (i.e. espresso) are made from the poorest quality and burnt beans, hence why they have to be processed into espresso. The best coffee should be strong not because of the 'burnt' flavour but because of the strength in it's coffee flavour and should merely be ground and brewed into 'perk' coffee so as not to spoil the flavour... and it was delicious. A long ...
... into the hotel a little bedraggled, and had a relaxing day, going out for a really nice Japanese meal that night. The next day we scoped out the Miraflores Locks, a good spot to see the Panama Canal in action - the canal is in it's centenary year, being officially opened in 1914, with over 1 million ships having passed through since then. It was pretty impressive seeing the massive locks in action, with the width of these huge ships leaving little room for ...
... which is really cool. (Their council meetings are held in huts where the chiefs of the island sit in hammocks). During the evening we played volleyball with the local kids (well, I tried + failed). We ate tea here and played mafia 7 werewolf with the group whilst drinking our cocolocos (coconut water with rum poured in).
Next day we headed to our first deserted island, where we braved the rain and snorkelled the reef for a few hours, and ...