Travel Blogs from Panama

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Chapter XIII, David, Panama travel blog

Chapter XIII

A travel blog entry by jeastty

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... for dinner and we hastily made our way to the kingdom hall-a simple building that looks like every other kingdom hall here in Panama. It is a Spanish congregation with an English group. Jeremy is the coordinator of the cong and also cares for the group of ...

Shame on Holland America, Fuerte Amador, Panama travel blog

Shame on Holland America

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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... cleared to leave the ship.  We had an excursion booked that was supposed to leave at 6:10 PM which was called Colonial Panama by Night.  This excursion was to include a bus tour around the city and shopping at local merchants.  We were ...

Dia 20. Bocas del Toro - Buceo, Bocas del Toro, Panama travel blog

Dia 20. Bocas del Toro - Buceo

A travel blog entry by maprudencio

*** PLANING *** Dia de Buceo en Bocas del Toro. Hacer dos o tres inmersiones según veamos. Hotel:  Yellow Jack Hostal (www.yellow-jack.com) Precios por Noche: Casa familiar (4 pax.) 80$  ( 14 € Aprox. por ...

Aventuras con cuerdas, Boquete, Panama travel blog

Aventuras con cuerdas

A travel blog entry by vickicooper

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... bird called the Quetzal.  As we reached our destination - complete with harnesses and helmets (health and safety has reached Panam'') - a couple of people decided to drop out and walk back down, but the majority of the group elected to stick ...

Panama es muy bonito, Boquete, Panama travel blog

Panama es muy bonito

A travel blog entry by mlillie

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... to write another tomorrow when I am well rested and fresh. The journey here was crazy and full of things I can laugh at now- but I feel very lucky to be in Panama and think it is such a beautiful country. I will write as much as I can about it ...

Panama's just a canal...isn't it?, Bocas del Toro, Panama travel blog

Panama's just a canal...isn't it?

A travel blog entry by martinmcnally

The gang Ive got myself involved with arrived here in Bocas del Toro (on the Caribbean coast), Panama from Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica last night after a rugged and painful journey of 1 1/2 hours to the border at Sixaola with some American guys ...

Climbing and Halloween in Boquete!, Boquete, Panama travel blog

Climbing and Halloween in Boquete!

A travel blog entry by loganandkatie

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... sweatshirts from our bag under the bus and the rest of the ride was bearable.  Definitely not comfortable, but bearable. Back in Panama City, we found out from our taxi driver that the following day was the beginning of a two day party with parades ...

More Photos, Cristóbal, Panama travel blog

More Photos

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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Some more photos as we traveled through the Canal. ...

Adios Costa Rica, hola Panama, Bocas Town, Panama travel blog

Adios Costa Rica, hola Panama

A travel blog entry by mini_v

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... asked for money getting out of Costa Rica, that was lucky! We then had to walk 1km along the dodgiest creakiest bridge to get into Panama. Entry fee was $3, up from $1 (typical uh?). On the bus and off we head to the harbour where we grab a water taxi ...

Boat trip to Cayo Zapatillo, Bocas Town, Panama travel blog

Boat trip to Cayo Zapatillo

A travel blog entry by mini_v

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Woke up with a sore throat nooooooooo! Brekkie at Lillie's again and then off we went on our private boat, Fany (nothing else to say...). Adele joined us for the day as well :) First stop was dolphin bay - saw a couple floating about and then all of a ...

February, Volcan, Panama travel blog

February

A travel blog entry by bethynrae

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  Well this is certainly the warmest February I've ever experienced :)   We were supposed to wake up and head out for service at 8:15 this morning…buuuuuuuut Meredith is the only one who made it out. Rae and I ended up getting out ...

Heading for waves, Almirante, Panama travel blog

Heading for waves

A travel blog entry by edmondo

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pics ...

Panama City, Panama City, Panama travel blog

Panama City

A travel blog entry by copper86

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... is so much more developed than the rest of Central America! In the evening we decided to check out whatever drinking establishments Panama City had to offer. After a fleeting visit to Hooters (after an obsession by a certain member of the group) we ...

Panama City day 2, Panama Canal, Panama travel blog

Panama City day 2

A travel blog entry by nycsfsdhopper

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... us out to the Canal, and Gamboa, the Tropical Rain forest resort area which includes a tram ride, and a monkey island boat ride. The panama canal is worth seeing  When we were there we got to see a container ship and a submarine (rare event) pass ...

Wish Me Luck, Panama city, Panama travel blog

Wish Me Luck

A travel blog entry by marmaladejenn

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I know it´s been a while since I´ve updated. Sorry! I don´t have much time to write. Heading to the South Pacific on the 38-foot sailboat Lunambule, with a final destination of New Caledonia. We´re heading to the Galapagos hopefully this ...

Always something..., Bocas del Toro, Panama travel blog

Always something...

A travel blog entry by jusnow

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... not been the case in our stateside healthcare experiences.  All of this necessitated another visit with Dr. Lucy before leaving Panama which, of course, extended our stay here. More high winds and days of heavy rain this past week hindered our ...

Panama City, Panama City, Panama travel blog

Panama City

A travel blog entry by jphayes

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... at such a lean, that the lift won't work, so it is uninhabitable. Lunch at a local restaurant, then on to the old part of Panama. This area is still very unsafe. Drugs, Mafia gun fights just to name a few of the problems. Our driver locked our doors and ...

A mouthful of P's - Panama to Penonome to Pedasi, Pedasi, Panama travel blog

A mouthful of P's - Panama to Penonome to Pedasi

A travel blog entry by candcsmith

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Rain, Rain, Rain!, El Valle de Anton, Panama travel blog

Rain, Rain, Rain!

A travel blog entry by our_oyster

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... morning we caught our first bus leaving Boquete to David. From the David bus terminal we bought a ticket for the noon bus heading towards Panama City. We got off at a stop just outside of Anton where there was a junction that lead up to El Valle. We ...

Missed flights and a side trip, Cerro Punta, Panama travel blog

Missed flights and a side trip

A travel blog entry by mschwartz

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... it was 10am. According to the clock in the taxi it was 11:00am. We forgot there was a one-hour time difference in Panama. *#&$^$*#(@!!!!!! After exploring our options and learning the next flight to Bocas wasn't until Wednesday, we decided to take an ...

Tyndall Air Force Base visit, Panama City, United States travel blog

Tyndall Air Force Base visit

A travel blog entry by reds_adventure

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I got to travel to sunny Florida and visit with Mike's brother Ron. Ron had been in the United States Air Force since 1981 and is retiring tomorrow as a LT Colonel. I like all the fighter planes around here. This is a training base for the pilots ...

Cruising day....blue skies and black skies at sea!, Pacific Ocean, Panama travel blog

Cruising day....blue skies and black skies at sea!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... suit on! The skies were promising with its various shades of blue and time went by slowly as the ship continued its course towards Panama City at a regular pace!         As I lay on my chair with no worry in mind, ...

Rio Sereno border crossing, Boquete, Panama travel blog

Rio Sereno border crossing

A travel blog entry by candcsmith

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... place that we were in, full of tropical butterflies, flowers, birds and even some capuchin monkeys! Throughout Costa Rica and Panama, we have seen a very large and interesting parasitic tree called a  matapalo, or strangler fig.  ...

What a difference a flight makes!!!!, Alto Boquete, Panama travel blog

What a difference a flight makes!!!!

A travel blog entry by carolandglenns

As previously mentioned we had changed our plans and were no longer going to drive back the 8 hours to Alto Boquete, our base. We had booked flights, It was a pleasure to arrive in under an hour no stress, we even had the chance to call at the ...

Good morning PANAMA!, Panama City, Panama travel blog

Good morning PANAMA!

A travel blog entry by bethynrae

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Good morning Panama! Woke up at around 11, Meli made us bolillos (not sure how to describe them…think of a hot dog made of masa, but that kinda tastes like cheese) and queso fresco. Delicious! OMG AND COFFEE! COOOOOOOOOFFEEE I LOOOOVE THE COFFEE!!!! ...

Hiking day to Long Beach, Bocas del Toro, Panama travel blog

Hiking day to Long Beach

A travel blog entry by danfrerich

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Another day on Bastimentos Island, Panama included a nice jungle hike to Long Beach which is in a national park. The locals said it was at least 4 hr hike each way, but I met up with another avid hiker who was coming south from Costa Rica so we took off ...

Jungle Island Fun!, Bocas Del Toro (Isla Bastimentos), Panama travel blog

Jungle Island Fun!

A travel blog entry by dan_gee

... repetoire. His name was johnson and he had a gold tooth, quite a cool guy! Anyway we have to leave tomorrow as wel only have one week  left and want to go to a village in a volcano crater before Panama city, is sad to leave this sweet ...

Chapter IX, Panama City, Panama travel blog

Chapter IX

A travel blog entry by jeastty

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... heard such loud singing. The WT conducter, Lothat Meehank, is a German MTS-bethelite who is the branch overseer here in Panama. Alejandra and Andrea´s mother graciously drove us home after the meeting even though it was definitely on the other side of ...

Who needs a car?, Carenero, Panama travel blog

Who needs a car?

A travel blog entry by carolandglenns

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... live in this area in little wooden huts carrying their goods by use of a strap around their heads. As most of Panama, the adult population live a rural life tending their animals, dressed accordingly, the most surprising thing is that the kids ...

HORSE RIDE INTO THE HILLS, Boquete, Panama travel blog

HORSE RIDE INTO THE HILLS

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... on tours the only other way is hiring a car, which we decided to do today after a horse riding tour.  Quite honestly Panama is a great country to drive around and had we known this we would have preferred the independence of 'going alone’ and ...

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