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After collecting our supplies (beverages), meeting the boat crew (Cook: Luana, captain: Tilson, and deckhand: Felix) and waiting for a storm to pass, we set off at 11pm out into the blackness of the sea. As we sailed out we were able to see a pretty spectacular electrical storm over Cartagena's main city.
The first few days were spent sailing the seas with nothing as far as the eye could see. We were lucky enough to have calm seas, aside ...
... scorpions are apparently the limit for my supposed brevity. I was terrified! I don't think I have ever been as scared in my lifetime as I was this morning.
The worst part is, I have no idea how long it had been there. Last night I didn't have any lights so I could have easily gone to bed with it in or around where I was sleeping! Needless to say, my house is being fumigated this very instant.
Survivor Panama: Outwit, Outplay, Outlast ...
Today I finished reading a book very kindly lent to me by a friend in San Juan Del Sur, at one of the lower points on my trip. I suggest you read it. It's called The Tao of Pooh and it's perfectly suited to all those people out there like me who think far too much. I think, therefore I am confused. It has done ...
The islands of the San Blas Archipelago are strung out along the Caribbean coast of Panama from the Golfo de San Blas nearly all the way to the Colombian border. San Blas is a series of 378 islands of which only 49 are inhabited by the fiercely independent Kuna Indians. Although only a 20-minute plane ride away from Panama City, a trip to the San Blas islands will transport you 20 centuries into the past.
Their history does not go back many years; ...
... the first blast from a water cannon soaked me through. It was definitely far more immediate than i expected. The celebrations essentially consisted of a very packed section of street and park area), lined with beer stalls ($1 a can), with extremely loud latin music (i'm told its a different style of salsa, mamba or something along those lines), and lines of water tankers (about six in total) with ...