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Travel Blogs from Little Chute
We had a nice 3 days in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The town is named after Chief Oshkosh of the Menominee tribe. The town has a lot of old buildings and homes to look at. I was able to play pickleball and really enjoyed getting back on the court. There is Lake Winnebago and the Fox River with the town built around the shores. This is a nice town of little over 66,000 people and the summers are nice but ...
... Rick doesn't do Colombia, so his packing highness is of no use to me on this trip.
China was easy (allowed one bag). The Dominican Republic was easy (swimwear). Spain was easy (allowed one bag). Iceland was easy (warm weather clothes). This one isn't proving to be so easy.
I've been told to take a backpack instead of rolling suitcase. Ergh. If I take a backpack it means my carry-on bag cannot be a backpack. This limits me a bit, and ...
... the Canal via the Miraflores Locks, check out the historic Casco Viejo, bike the Amador Causeway, eat cheap ceviche and stroll.
Monday, April 7th:
Head to San Blas (Iguana Island) for the day and evening. Hang with the Kuna tribe and pay them $1 to take their photo. (This is what I read. But hey, they have to earn a living, right?) Probably lie on the beach and snorkel. Relax.
Tuesday, April 8:
Head back to Panama ...
... t live there anymore!
I am looking forward to visiting my very favorite places (Drayton Hall and the Charleston Tea Plantation), seeing some new places (Boone Hall and some historic homes in the city), sitting on the beach, and enjoying the wonderful Southern hospitality and food! Who knows, I may just miss that flight back;)
... the coffee, also doesn't disappoint.
4) Both have friendly people. Panamanians are very proud, and Colombians were named the happiest people on earth in 2013.
I'm still in the planning stages of what I will do, but am discovering new things about both of these places the more they are researched. I'm excited for what's to come!