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Sailing through San Blas. San Blas Islands, Panama.

After hanging around Panama City for almost two weeks, I finally found a boat that would put up with me long enough to make it to Colombia. Shocking…I know. As I met the other passengers, I knew it was going to be one hell of a trip. Continue reading

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The City. Panama City, Panama.

I have now been in Panama City for ten nights, and it has seriously been the time of my life. My originial intent was to only stay for a few days and the sail out to Colombia, yet it didn’t work out exactly the way I planned. Continue reading

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Panama Viejo. Panama City, Panama.

The original Panama City is still standing…sort of. It mostly consists of just a pile of stones, but using your imagination, you can envision the Spanish walking the stone clad streets while protecting the city that was full of wealth. Might as well check it out, right? Continue reading

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Canal Time. Panama City, Panama.

There are certain things that you just have to see in certain places. Going to Panama City and not seeing the canal is like going to the Grand Canyon and forgetting to look at the Canyon. Plus, it’s always fun to check out strategic locations that were built by the USA in attempt to take over the world. Continue reading

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Island Living. Bocas del Toro, Panama.

Heading further south along the coast, I finally ventured into Bocas del Toro Panama. I was traveling with a friend and attempted to describe what he was about to see. The best phrase I could think of was that it is the happiest place on earth. Yes, that’s right…it’s happier than Disneyland. Continue reading

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