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... There was no electricity, roads, or neighbors anywhere in sight. We ate mostly from the land. Mangos, lemons, plantains, coconuts, spinach, papaya, guanabana, cherries, almonds, yucca, and more were growing on the property. To drink we made tea from ginger, lemongrass, and other herbs from the garden. If we wanted anything from town we had to time the trip just right as we couldn't cross the ...
After a quick breakfast we left El Valle and headed for the coastal village of Pedasi. The road pass through some pretty unimpressive towns, certainly Penenome and Chitre have little to commend them. We stopped for a quick lunch in Las Tablas, a much nicer place although the restaurants would not win any awards, except how to crucify ...
... to the public at a special rate: 20 lb sacks of rice for $6 a bag with a maximum of 2 bags per a person as opposed to a 5 lb bag which sells for $3-5 at any regular market or grocery store. At individual stalls you can purchase bags of cucumbers, carrots, beans, potatoes, cilantro, onions, tomato and bell peppers divided into 2 lb packages for $1 or under. This produce is fresh and often straight from the mountains right to the market and if anyone ...
... primarily a long runway). The base was one of the first targets of Operation Just Cause in December of 1989 when US President George H.W. Bush decided to oust Noriega after the dictator declared war on the US.
Now, Farallon is the site of a fishing village and its primary asset is a huge 600 room all-inclusive hotel, called Decameron, which stretches over a mile of Farallon’s gorgeous white beach. On the far western side of the village is a little beach ...
... there was a machete in the back with us? We tried many times to keep it from moving, but it was never long before one of us shrieked that the Machete was sliding towards us again!
Service was a blast. The people, while few and far between, were so happy to receive us and listened attentively to what we had to say. Damion helped me expand on my simple presentation to include a little more depth now that we have been here a few ...