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TripAdvisor Reviews Casita Margarita Pedasi
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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 ...
... got word that Melissa, a friend of mine from Alberta, will be coming to visit me for 3 weeks! I could not be happier ( well other than if someone put that goose out of his misery). Her trip is still months away, but that hasn't stopped me from planning activities we may do together. It will be a pleasure having her here during the District Convention, as I know the congregation is already excited to meet her and gain her support.
Speaking of the ...
... to ride in this heat. The amount of liquid we have drunk these last few weeks must be more than we normally consume in a year. just as in Panama City there was storm clouds all around and even the roads were wet and full of puddles but no rain came our way.
We stopped for a bite to eat at one of the towns along the way. It was here as we were about to leave that Pear realized he had lost his glasses. After a hunt around we never did find them. We head on along the ...
Bad news, it's Andy again, Cate is busy attempting to write her book and I'm trying to find ways to amuse myself and stop distracting her! Good news, I'll keep is short.
After our hilarious experience on San Blas with the Kuna, we headed to Panama City. We arrived at the doorstep of Erik and Lindsay's flat. And after the four day island journey we smelt bad, were caked in sea salt, sunburned and baring no gift of thanks, just a ...