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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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And so we were sad to hop off 'La Gitanita' and say goodbye to our captain, Dingo. He is one character we won't forget in a hurry! We all boarded a jeep headed for Panama City and so South America is done and dusted and now begins the second phase of our travels: The adventures through Central America! After a few hours, we arrive to our hostel pretty tired and super excited to have a real shower after 5 days of ocean showering! We said goodbye to our mates with plans to ...
... penalty in the second half.
For US$12, it was a cracking end to end game and it was only when Costa Rica scored that I realised the ground was not segregated, as about half of the crowd appeared to be the supporting the visiting team. In saying that the stadium was probably only half filled, but the fans made a right noise and went a bit bonkers when the goals were flying it. Would be an interesting atmosphere if they keep winning and have bigger crowds.
... city from here, luckily I reached it in time before the heavens opened! So the afternoon was spent in a coffee shop attempting to catch up on my journal and people watching!! Once the rain stopped I ventured to the hard rock hotel to have a nosey round and to purchase a glass to add to my collection! I just love a good sightseeing bus! You get to see a large majority of the city and receive lots of information and more importantly here they ...
1- Those money belts for around your waist are a good idea when on public transport.
2- Report thefts immediately. You need your passport for anything in South America, without this piece of paper I'd be screwed!
3- it is cheaper to get your laundry done outside the hostel, but definitely easier in the hostel. And clean laundry is amazing wherever it's from.
4- Nothing beats the shower, or the feeling of being clean after 4 days without a shower.
... area because of the great birding and beautiful scenery. We saw a Snail Kite ( I had not seen one for 3 years), Protonotary Warbler ( even I saw this one), and the usual North American warblers that we see here, Yellow, Chestnut-sided, Bay-breasted, and also Yellow-green Vireo, and Golden-hooded Tanager, Buff-throated Saltator, and Plain Wren. After a meal and lots of cold drinks at the lodge we went back to PCity and went to the pool to cool off. The locals ...