Las Sirenas

Playa Santa Clara, Santa Clara, Panama | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Santa Clara

Beach time!

A travel blog entry by philthy

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Day 4 El Valle – Santa Clara

Sarah had one last hurrah feeding the geese and then it was off to Santa Clara. Our first room there was beautiful and right on the beach. We had a kitchen, a hammock on our patio and miles of empty beach to play on. I had to coax Ani into the water but Salem was game right away. Of course the waves and …

Panama Canal full transit

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... Hughes used to lift his famous Spruce Goose out of the water.

Enough of what the guide told us … now for Wikipedia’s version.

The Panama Canal is a 48-mile / 77.1 km ship canal in Panama that connects the ...

Thoughts from a beachside hammock.

A travel blog entry by b3hr057

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It's already dark and has been for hours at 2030 as I lay in my hammock, typing. The ocean is so close, I can feel the vibration through the ground up into the bungalow support beams and into my hammock when the larger waves hit. Or maybe that was some sort of earth tremor? Regardless of what exactly is shaking me on a very deep level, it’s pretty awesome here on Playa Santa Clara. It’s my third night in Panama and the very beginning ...

Panama - Route of the World

A travel blog entry by peterndolly

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... Caribbean Ocean and Portobelo, some 100km from Panama City.
We started our journey through the rainforset where there is a very wide range of different trees in dense forests with little signs of tracks or villages, and no birds or mammals seen. We did stop at one track crossing the road where Capt Morgan lead a band of 500 pirates to attach and take Panama City from the Spanish. Panama was of interest to pirates as the Spanish used it to transship the treasures ...

Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by jphayes

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... for each lockage. It should take us approximately 12 hours to navigate the Canal. At present a new Canal extension is underway and hoped to be completed in 2014. This extension will double the capacity of the Canal. We did this trip 41 years ago, and although the canal is still the same, the surrounding Big City, yacht clubs, tourist areas and industrial growth is ...

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