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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Arriving in the Central Bus station around 4am, it was still pretty busy. We were planning on staying here until the sun rose, but there didn't seem anywhere to sit and nothing was open. We decided to get a taxi to our hostel which was only $5 each despite the time. Arriving to the street it was unclear where we staying as it all looked residential, one house had gates open so we headed there. So sign but it looked quite fancy as it had be advertised. We walked in and we were ...
... of Calle Uruguay - which was really fun. But lead to a very late night....! It was really difficult to find a taxi to get back to the hotel. There just didn't seem to be any around! So we started walking back. I didn't think it was the best idea. In the dark. With not much clue where we were going. Luckily on the way, we found a taxi and managed to pile 5 of us in. Sunday 16 November 2014 The final day of my tour already! Time goes so fast, I'm so sad!! After ...
... walking the rest of the way down there was my lovely Jules, with a big smile on his face and the camera out having videoed the exact moment I stacked and having heard the synchronised 'oooohs' and 'ouches' from the bus behind him. I had scratches on my face and wrist and was covered in volcano dust but was nonetheless grateful that my teeth were all intact. After two nights in Leon we were ready to push on. After crossing two borders on 8 separate chicken buses we felt ...
As part of my experience with AFS in Panama we have meetings with the other voluntary workers. These meetings are called orientations. We already had one in Penonome after our first month in Panama. Now we had our mid-stay orientation in Panama-City. It's crazy it doesn’t feel like 6 months yet!
The orientation was from Monday to Thursday. It took place in the AFS Hostel in Panama-City. Finding my way there was quite troubling for me. In ...
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Today we had eggs and cooked ham for breakfast. We all piled into the big white van and drove to the outskirts of the city. There we got a tour of the Lutheran Hour Ministries Center. Our work began in a new conference/confirmation room and on the outside walls in 90F weather. Some of us had never painted before and so we had the ...