The story of my last two weeks in Panama is quickly told.
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As the airport of Panama city was 40km outside of town and the bus into town would have taken more then two hours, I decided to take a taxi for 30$. First I got some stuff done in the hostel and then I walked down to the Coast where I was walking a round a bit. Ending up at the Fishmarket I had some great cebiche and as I wanted to order another one, the waiter misunderstood me somehow and 20 minutes later I found a big fried fish in front of me. It was very good, but made me ready for a siesta.
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After spending my last Peruvian Soles for some souvenirs – don’t know yet, how useful they will be – I took a taxi to the airport in the early afternoon to start my journey towards Panama.. Continue reading Leaving South America
After almost four month in South America it was time to get to my last destination – Lima. I‘ve heard different things about Peru‘s capital. Most people said that there was not too much to do and to see, but there were also some who loved it.
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After more then a month it was good to be back on the beach again.
But before that, there was this 20 hour journey from Cusco to Paracas with a stopover in Ica, where I had lunch.
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After some days in at a lower altitude, I crossed the Andes again for my next destination: Cusco, at 3400m.
Already heard, that it should be a nice city, with lots of things to do and see and a chilled atmosphere, I was looking forward for my time there.
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