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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Rising at 6.00am this morning to begin the transit of the Canal we had to wait until 7.30 to move into the first lock. I was surprised to see two locks side by side which allows the ships to progress through the canal a little quicker. Like the Suez Canal traffic is allowed to go one way only. The second canal which they are working on was clearly visible from the front of the ship. This second canal will ...
... located a vegetarian place. Unfortunately, it looked like a bit of a heath hazard. The food was probably pretty good six hours before we got to it. This area of Panama City is a strange mixture of posh, new business buildings and streets with no lighting and decrepit pavements. Back at the hotel, Ben asked the woman on reception for some tips for tomorrow. Although he didn't understand much of what she said, he ended up with her bus travel card, which she kindly leant to ...
... has been very changeable and super windy - a north wind. It was so windy the lettuce and calamari blew off our forks while we ate lunch!! In all of our visits here we don't ever remember like this. Sunday we took a taxi out to the Gamboa Rainforest lodge, which is located in the middle of the canal zone across the continental divide and about a 40 minute drive from PCity. Luckily for us everyone was at Carnival and there wasn't much traffic. We really like ...
... plants they use to build with, for medicine and to eat. On the way back we were dropped off at the Panama Canal museum (Mirra Flores) to see up close, the locks in action. To finish off the day we went swimming and watched the sunset over the skyline! Perfect!
Back to NYC today got to the airport two hours before the flight and spent to whole time queuing at check in we thought we were going to miss our ...
... Panama airport. Two bottles of Abuelo rum stored safely in the backpack and we are ready to head on home. Hoping if all goes well that we will be sleeping in our own bed by about 1:00 a.m. We're looking forward to our own pillows and quiet bedroom, that's for sure!
We have hundreds of photos and videos that we couldn't post while on the road - we'll pick a few of the very best of the best and post some of them here in the next week or so.