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25th June – Last day in Paradise

We were woken up this morning by the Colombian guy coming to use the toilet in our room. Julie and I think be could be the phantom shitter. He hovers around our toilet all the time.

Left the place we anchored last night and set off closer to the capital city of the San Blas. The boat anchored and we were able to swim for a little while. Another relaxing day in Paradise.

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In the evening Julie, Steffie, Nikeh and me took the dingy to the capital city where we drank piña colada and beer on the beach at sunset. It was the perfect sunset, the sky was pinky red behind the palm trees and the water warm. Steffie said she found poo in the water so we quickly go out.

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The government are also planning an airport on one of the islands whig I believe is not good. San Blas is as perfect as it is without too many tourists.

I promised Michel (Captain) I would watch a movie or documentary that shows USA and UK government were responsible for 9/11 and 7/7 respectively. I didn’t believe it but wanted to please so I watched it.

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In the evening we packed as we leave the boat very early …zzz.

En français:

C’est notre dernier jour complet sur le bateau et on se dirige vers la capitale du Kuna Yala pour pouvoir passer officiellement la frontière.

Le matin on profite d’un dernier arrêt dans les îles pour faire du snorkelling: on y voit des étoiles de mer et quelques poissons multicolores.

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Pour le déjeuner, on dévore la cuisse de poulet panée et le riz servis par Louana.

D’as l’apres-midi on ira nager histoire de se rafraîchir car il fait vraiment chaud. Certains iront sur un île qui a un village entier.

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Kwasi, Nikeh, Steffie et moi attendront le coucher de soleil pour aller sur l’île de Porvenir, la capitale. Pour y aller, Carlluis nous laisse conduire le zodiac: c’est super dur!
On restera sur l’île jusqu’à la tombée de la nuit.

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De retour sur le bateau, c’est l’heure de dîner. Au menu: steak et purée.
Le reste de la soirée, tout le monde passera son temps à télécharger et échanger les photos.

On nous apprendra aussi que demain on devra être levés à 6h pour le petit déjeuner pour un départ en bateau direction la terre ferme du Panama à 7h30.

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