Posts Tagged “Transportation”

Taking the Diablo Rojo Bus in Panama!

By | October 12, 2011

Monday, October 26th, 2011 I’m on the Tocumen EspaƱa bus to the Mamallena Hostel in Panama City. Screw the taxi, give me the authentic route! I looked at directions from the Mamallena Hostel website and it showed various ways to get to the hostel. You could either take a taxi, have the hostel picked you […]

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Create a Fun Day Travelling The TTC in Toronto

By | August 22, 2011

Travelling Toronto’s transit line, The TTC ( Toronto, Transit Commission) is very simple for travellers and locals alike for a good exploration of this city. In order to create a fun day travelling, buy yourself a TTC Day Pass which starts from 5:00 a.m. until the next morning day for $10. Each fare is $3.00 […]

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From Tarifa to Sevilla

By | August 5, 2011

Less than 24 hours until my flight back to Toronto, and I am still not in Madrid. I could either go to Sevilla which is still really far and catch an expensive Renfe train or I could go to Algeciras which is a 40 minute bus ride away. Paloma my waitress yesterday told me that […]

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Going By Bus From Granada to Tarifa

By | July 25, 2011

Surrounded by so many beaches to choose from near Granada that I could travel to, I decided to go to the furthest one: Tarifa. ( Well almost furthest!) To go from Granada to Tarifa by bus, you first must take a one hour and 45 minute bus ride to Malaga and then get another bus […]

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Appreciating Toronto’s TTC Bus drivers in Spain! xoxo

By | July 13, 2011

Wow, foreign bus drivers really make me appreciate Toronto’s TTC driver even more! So listen what happened. lol To get to the Hostel Makuto, I was told to take the number 3 or 33 bus to the Cathedral and from there I would walk through the Arabic Market until I reached. I got out of […]

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