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Panama City


Panama City has been called the Dubai of the western hemisphere, Miami (except with more English speakers), and it lives up to its reputation both aesthetically and culturally. It's a vibrant city with a booming economy and lots of western amenities while still holding it's Central American charms close to heart.

Blog - Dubai Comes to Central America

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San Blas Islands Part I


The San Blas are a semi-autonomous archipelago of islands off the coast of Panama and coincidentally en route to Colombia, for we would be sailing five days to avoid the Darien gap and enjoy the splendour of these gems.

Blog - Sailing to San Blas

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San Blas Islands Part 2


The second half of the San Blas photos starts in a traditional Kuna Indian village and crosses a section of the ocean that the dolphins surely own before finally making land fall in a border town on the Darien gap and our first stop in Colombia - Sapzurro.

Blog - Welcome to South America

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Random files - Central America
15 viewsMmm, lunch!
14 viewsA day trip out to the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal.
10 viewsThe sky gets a bit orange.
11 viewsAt last, for the first time in my life, molten lava! You know it's hot, but it's ridiculous how hot it is when you are trying to hold your camera steady for a slower-shutter shot.
8 viewsI don't know if that expression is staged or not. Low light, so maybe.
16 viewsTemple I is the temple people think about when they think of Tikal. 22 storeys high, that's probably not a surprise.
18 viewsShoe shines, no problems.
9 viewsI know it's just a bike but the lighting caught my eye

Last additions - Central America
11 viewsDina and Mats wave goodbye as we have to take a speedboat to Capurgana for immigration and hotel.Feb 16, 2010
17 viewsCapurgana - as far as we were going to make it that day, or for that matter, two days.Feb 16, 2010
13 viewsAt last, Colombia is just off the bow.Feb 16, 2010
14 viewsOur first stop in Colombia, though we didn't actually visit the town, Sapzurro.Feb 16, 2010
16 viewsDay 5: Snacking on some watermelon a few hours sail from Colombia.Feb 16, 2010
14 viewsAnd I also enjoyed the friendly dolphin games.Feb 16, 2010
13 viewsThe last Central American sunset.Feb 16, 2010
17 viewsIsla Pino, our last stop in San Blas.Feb 16, 2010