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Stories and Tips Panama Canal

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Limon, Costa Rica – It's a Jungle Ou There

Written by cindylou11157 on 25 Aug, 2005

After two days at sea, we were ready to reach our first port, Port of Limon, Costa Rica. This is where Christopher Columbus first saw Costa Rica, meaning beautiful coast. Since our excursion we booked with the cruise line was not until the afternoon, we…Read More


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Caye Caulker, Belize

Written by cindylou11157 on 22 Jun, 2005

Belize has one of the largest barrier reefs on this side of the Atlantic Ocean. This is why we decided to visit Caye Cauker when we entered the Port of Belize City. Because Belize is surrounded by a reef, you are tendered to…Read More


Visiting the Panama Canal

Written by pruthfield on 30 Mar, 2005

When one thinks of engineering marvels and achievements, the Panama Canal has to jump right in to your thoughts. When the decision was made to link the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, it was determined that the place to do this was through the country of…Read More


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Visiting the Panama Canal

Written by pruthfield on 30 Mar, 2005

When one thiks of engineering marvels and achievements, the Panama Canal has to jump right in to your thoughts. When the decision was made to link the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, it was determined that the place to do this was through the country of…Read More


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Grand Cayman – To HELL and back

Written by cindylou11157 on 01 Sep, 2005

I was very excited about this port. I thought that this might be my favorite stop, but I was wrong. Over NINE cruise ships are in port at this tiny island. This means that over 20,000 people flooded the streets and the beaches. Traffic was…Read More


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Cruising the Panama Canal

Written by cindylou11157 on 03 Jun, 2005

It is daybreak, and everyone on the ship is heading up to the Lido deck for our first glimpse of the canal. It is an overcast day and the humidity is 100%. This is normal for this part of the world. We entered from the…Read More


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Our Panamanian Experience

Written by pasadoc on 02 May, 2004

Although Panama lies in the same time zone as Wisconsin, it's a whole world away from snow, American time as we know it, and burgers and fries. One thing easy enough is that they use the same American currency and things are pretty inexpensive over…Read More


Costa Rican Rainforest Cruise

Written by Emms137 on 11 Dec, 2005

The rainforest tour is a river cruise deep into the rainforest near Puerto Limon. After riding in a motor coach to the dock we boarded open-air boats with about 30 other people. The guide pointed out several different animals along the banks of the river…Read More


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