Hostal Entre 2 Aguas
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A concrete jungle filled with snaking freeways and coast lining sky scrapers and filled with casinos, cinemas, American franchises, malls and a 'Jakarta-like' feel. This is a city that is constantly being developed and is always on the 'up'. There is construction everywhere and most of the buildings are modern and unique...and …
... to people in their cars. The kids were fascinated. I was flabbergasted at the men selling beers to the tired over-worked drivers! That was something I didn't point out.
For dinner, we could choose steak in a sauce with peppers and onions and a baked potato, a fillet of Sea bass and rice, or grilled chicken and rice. WE had a good mix of everything! I LOVED the fish but of course ordered the steak. Maya is a perfect food partner because we share everything off ...
... by boat, and as we were passing by islands we noticed a lot were packed with huts, with basically no more room on the island for any more. The island we were on were constantly building huts also and so would at some point be covered too. We couldn't help feeling that perhaps the beauty of the San Blas Islands is starting to go, or there are now few islands you can get to that are not taking advantage of the tourism at the cost of the tranquil experience many ...
... pool with a garden hose and you can get an appreciation. Wikipedia tells me that an olympic pool holds 2,500m3 this means the lock flow rate will fill an olympic pool in 12 seconds or you home pool in about 3! Sorry about all the maths but I like maths.
At each of the locks there is a large collection of seabirds, predominately pelicans, they gather because the addition of 100,000m3 of fresh water to the sea causes salt water fish ...
... to shorten as much as possible our stay in Panama City. After only one night here we’re ready to leave and go as soon as possible on another set of islands, this time on the archipelago of Bocas del Toro in the north of the Caribbean coast near the border with Costa Rica. Our group of fellow travellers will lose four people who will go elsewhere, while everyone else will go, some today, some tomorrow, in the same place. At the bus station it was anything ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Entre 2 Aguas Panama City
Run by a friendly, helpful couple and centrally located, this was a pleasant enough hostel. The large, spacious room was comfortable and extremely clean. Unfortunately the location of the room (right next to the breakfast dining room) made it noisy and hard for sleep-ins! (Request a room away from the dining room!) The hostel also seemed to have a lack of bathrooms. Great relaxing communal area downstairs.
At approx. $50 per night, per couple (after tax) it was also a bit steep for us.
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