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... and mobile and if you ever researched a trip like this you will soon come to the conclusion there really isn't a perfect time to blow that kind of money so just pull the pin and jump right in. Being this is truly a once and a lifetime trip and knowing that we won't be back we are trying to do it right the first time and getting the most of our travel and budget. When you think about it, how the hell can anyone afford this ...
... making decisions.
Panama City and Cartagena should be sweltering, near the 90s. But Manizales gets a lot of rain. Bogota is not like Wisconsin, but it gets cool at night. I'm not going to wear shorts when hiking Nevado del Ruiz, and I'm not going to wear my hiking boots on the beach.
I know it will all be good, and somehow, someway, I will manage to pack what I need.
But in the meantime, I will do it kicking and screaming.
... 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 ...
In April, I will get to my sixth continent, South America. I went to Costa Rica in 2010, but technically that is considered Central America.
I decided that Colombia would be the place to visit in South America, along with 4 nights in Panama City, Panama. Why these places?
1) Both are affordable. Compared to recent trips I have taken, these ...
... was underwhelming.
We packed up most of the car last night before leaving and this morning we told the kids that we were going to a winter festival. When we pulled into the airport and the kids asked what we were doing there, I said we thought it would be fun to watch airplanes, to which the kids replied, "cool". Then we pulled up and started taking out suitcases and the kids became a little suspicious asking why we had suitcases with us. When we said we thought ...