This hut filled with locals was the only hut on that island. Not only did it give the sense of being deserted, but being able to peek in from afar was super rad. The San Blas Islands are dreamy.
Before heading out on our maiden voyage to Colombia from sailing Panama, we say goodbye to the local bay where our catamaran Santana is waiting.
For short people like me, the Panama Canal quickly became the bane of my existence as people refused to move to let me catch a glimpse.
If you like looking at boats slowly going across your field of vision, the Panama Canal is for you. Over crowded and quite boring as a voyeur, try to make it on a boat going through for some excitement.
The Panama Canal has to be one of the most disappointing and most difficult world wonders.
The interesting thing about this building in Panama City is that the builder is currently being sued by a Chinese architect that originally designed it for a building in China.
Blew. My. Mind. Panama City looks like Miami and has some of the most spectacular skyscrapers!
The Zapatilla Cay really does have some of the most pristine beaches on earth. Make sure to visit them when there.
Make sure to take a watertaxi to nearby islands or you will be missing out what makes Bocas del Toro so beautiful!
How can you not smile at this cute house in Bocas del Toro? This place has so much personality!