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Eddie-martin-19 stayed here on May 23, 2014 during their trip titled: Pamama.
Day 5 - Emberá Village
I’m not sure I can do justice to this day, but I will try...
I was picked up this morning at my hotel by my guide for the day, Garceth Cunampio Tocamo, who is himself Emberá and was born in the Darien rainforest near the Colombian border. I enjoyed a ride northwest out of Clayton along with a couple from Basque (they would not want me to say they were from Spain) and two other women from Germany. About 45 minutes later, we were dropped ...
... tourists approaching from the other direction. They waved us down and we crossed the highway to meet them. Adela and Kris, from Poland, have already been cycle touring for four years. They had spent two years cycling from Ushuaia in Argentina to Colombia, and were on their first day out of Panama City. They plan to continue cycling for about seven more years. They were so bright and positive that when we went on our way, Dan and I were buoyed with new energy. I thought of ...
... sight of the bus isn't an indication), even past midnight or before 6 a.m. It makes for lots of unnecessary noise pollution, and a very unhappy me when I am awoken YET AGAIN by the sound of horns. The official sound of Panama is a honk. And yes, I get that it is a big city with big city noise, but it is the random and honk-first nature of it all that makes me crazy!!
All that said, I am going to miss this crazy place, I have had a lot of fun here. Two more weeks, and then it is off to the unknown in Ecuador!
I have the most interesting conversations with one of my Spanish teachers--she is Panamanian but speaks very good English, so we talk about the differences between the States in Panama (me speaking very broken Spanish).
Today's topic (I was supposed to be conjugating irregualr verbs, but this was much more interesting): her explaining to me that in Panama, people are much more class conscious that ethnicity focused. She went on to ...