Sierra Llorona Panama Lodge

Address: Sierra Llorona Road, Santa Rita Arriba, Colon, 0312-00036, Panama | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Sierra Llorona Road, Santa Rita Arriba, Colon.
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      Oceano a Oceano

      A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Mar 22, 2015

      25 photos

      ... for the group no one was around so I said F it let's see how it goes...

      Another long ride I fit in was also on the list but not in Panamá super pretty nor challenging but i saw it and said I'd return for it! I got the opportunity this month to return to Colombia for work and it was #1 on the list (after of course). Work sent me to be a motivational speaker for an running event in our Colombia office. A very special and cool experience for me and I ...

      Will you be my valentine?

      A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Feb 14, 2015

      19 photos

      ... later everything...interesting. These islands are amazing to say the least but you must drive 2.5 hours on a very hilly curvy road then take a tiny boat filled with people through the ¨Atlantic Ocean¨ as Anca called it...well it is...It is a bumpy ride but worth it in my book and now Anca´s least that´s what she said. I trust, I trust.

      We stayed 2 nights relaxing on one of the 365 tiny Caribbean islands. One night way longer ...

      Farewell to the Caribbean

      A travel blog entry by oldgumby on Feb 09, 2015


      ... in Sydney later in the year.

      Must mention Dave from Anahata whom we met in Kingston Jamaica and caught up again with in San Blas. Safe travels Mate. See you when you make landfall in “Oz”.

      Finally thanks to Rob and Lauren from “Southern Comfort” for all their support and help, sharing with us their knowledge from 18 years of cruising and helping in every other way ...

      Panama Canal (Atlantic Ocean to Gatun Lake)

      A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 27, 2015

      44 photos

      ... thereafter descending again through a final set of locks to sail into the 'exit ocean'. The Gatun locks enable ships to rise or fall three steps. At Pedro Miguel there is just one step, with the remaining two steps being navigated at Miraflores locks to balance the entire transition at six steps (three up and three down). ...

      Panamá: The Quetzal, Canal and San Blas Islands

      A travel blog entry by paulandton on Jan 15, 2015

      2 comments, 94 photos

      ... with spending a lazy day like this. Next day we wanted to spend on the beach but the weather didn't cooperate so we had to spend it mostly in the waterfront bars and restaurants. There are worst places to spend a rainy day. It turned out to be one of the windiest days here as there were a lot of accidents with the surfers that were trying to ride the waves. After being on the coast for about a week we headed into the mountains near Boquete for some hiking. We had a nice ...