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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... box, so only have limited cover for this region. It seems it is not as simple as just ticking the box and maybe charging a little extra. I have to take out a new policy and get a rebate on my old one. It was also a really poor connection their end, so most of what the women said I made her repeat at least once. It's just another headache I can do without. They've lost the business of a long term client over this.
When Clare and Robin surfaced ...
... the Gatun Lake on Day 2. The sun was shining bright and the Dragon Fly hitched a ride on the Coach House Hand Rail for possibly 5-10 minutes until it saw Svend getting close trying to take the photo.
After motoring for a couple of hours and passing through the Culebra Cut we rafted up with Re Joyce and went through the Pedro Miguel Locks and then the Miraflores Locks. Once through Miraflores we were sailing in Pacific Waters! The ...
... passed by a girl and was now focusing on trying to kickstart some jets but failed as my training the past month had no speed work as i was just maintaining legs.
I managed to get closer and finished taking 4th with 3:15, 30 second behind 3rd (top female finished in 3:10). If not for the train I might have reached my 3:10 goal and a higher place but I really didn't care. I am happy for my finisher medal, my amazing Go T Go supporters, ...
... Panama City the next day at 7.00. Unluckily all seats seemed to be sold out for the date when we intended to travel. We were offered to go by minivan which we refused instantly because this option would be more expensive and much less comfortable. In the end we decided to go to David by bus and from there catch another bus to Panama City.
After having breakfast and getting our things ready we hopped on a boat that took us back to Almirante (USD 6 per person). The ...
... slowly slid into the right series of locks. The three adjacent locks lift us to the level of the interior lake - 85 feet or 33 m. above sea level. I estimate we traversed the three in about half an hour.
On Gatun Lake, we joined a small armada parked for the day. I suspect there are priority price policies in play and many of these freighters were waiting for cheap rates. I know we paid hefty surcharges for ...