Panama Passage

Calle Parita #503, Panama City, Panama | Campground
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This campground is located on Calle Parita #503, Panama City.
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

The interesting workings of Life

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 10, 2014

... to choose from, along with world famous coffee, and even cute mugs. We decided to sit down for some lunch (just pretend like you aren't judging me for having second lunch). Listen up and listen up good. This food was incredible, borderline SPIRITUAL. I had Cream of Zucchini soup, and half of a Apple-turkey Panini. It was absolutely incredible. The tea was super cool, as it was called a "Te Flouresciente". Not sure what this means, ...

Awww, Circus In Town!

A travel blog entry by doove on Apr 27, 2014

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... leaving I'm leaving too and going to start a reggaeton band as that requires no skill - but just so we can stand out from the crowd we're only going to sing about ******* Corazons!!

I counted 20 songs in a row that had Corazon in it before it was time to leave the bus and depart - I've probably ranted a lot about bus rides, but seeing as I had done the whole trip from Canada to Panama solely on public transport I feel justified. Especially with a lack of iPod, sometimes the ...

Can't Believe Panama is Almost a Wrap

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Apr 15, 2014

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My Spanish Still Stinks--Now Let's Talk About Why

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Mar 31, 2014


Oh espanol, you picky mistress. Before I start this tale of woe, let me say for the record that I have no one to blame but myself for my precarious communication situation. As I started conceiving and planning for this trip, I knew I would need to learn Spanish. I even purchased very expensive language learning CD's to help me (although apparently, buying the CD's is not enough; one must turn them on to ...

The Lucky Ones

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Mar 09, 2014


... as I can. And maybe my next endeavor will let me empower other women to have what they really want.

Late Edit--This article in the Washington Post is a perfect example of how difficult it is for women to control their fates. ica/family-planning-program-in-senegal- drawn-into-conflict-with-religious-lead ers/2014/03/15/8c33b692-860e-11e3-b85b- b305db87fb90_story.html