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Mon, 28 Jul 2014 | By jugap | Views [293]

Hola! Panama was our last Central American country and by then we were tired so it became our rest destination.Arriving at 3am saw us taking a taxi straight to a bed at a hostel which thankfully had air conditioning in the small room. Panama city is ... Read more >

Photos: Entry 23: Panama

Tue, 17 Jun 2014 | By sneaver | Photo Gallery

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Panamanian Pandamonium

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By planet_lars | Views [212] | Scholarship Entry

Since I left Guatemala I’d had one thing on my mind: the Darien Gap. I didn’t know just how I was going to do it. And as I approached the Panamanian border I wasn’t anticipating my plans being thwarted so soon. I lined up in the dimly lit border control ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Caribbean craziness

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By bigsmallworld | Views [219] | Scholarship Entry

Some Caribbean craziness sure went down on the San Blas islands. How on earth do you wind up staying with a seventy something year old Russian ex Soviet soldier on a tiny island? No idea, but my friend and I had been on a soggy boat for six days with ... Read more >

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the nearest place

Wed, 14 May 2014 | By thenearestplace | Views [129] | Scholarship Entry

is the story of a panamenian girl who has recently graduated for university and lost her job,now she felt empty cause she doesnt have nothing to do with her time. She won a contest to go to italy to study journalist and there beging her travel-self discovering ... Read more >

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Dario's Sugarcane

Wed, 14 May 2014 | By sarahmisu | Views [177] | Scholarship Entry

The fire ants are the size of my thumb. They swarm in grids, much like the aerial views of Panama City. They block the path to the Sleeping Indian Girl, a mountain named for its silhouette. Currently we are somewhere in her tangled jungle of hair, which ... Read more >

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Finding Never Land

Sun, 11 May 2014 | By leelavera | Views [341] | Scholarship Entry

Mogue dawned upon my life like an Amazonian elf song in the night. The jungle foliage hung in heavy contours of black and midnight green. The scent of fresh river water, fertile soil, and pulsating vegetation filled my nostrils. The air itself was untamed, ... Read more >

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Death Speedboats

Thu, 8 May 2014 | By caromayora1 | Views [161] | Scholarship Entry

At this moment, at least a 30% of the global population( if not more), must be in the same instance as me. Sitting behind a screen, working and thinking where would we like to travel next time. Or remembering about those good times, when we could feel ... Read more >

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San Blas adventures

Sun, 4 May 2014 | By claudioula | Views [852] | Comments [2] | Scholarship Entry

Choosing to sail from Portobelo (Panama) to Capurgana (Colombia) seemed the obvious choice for somebody who, like me, grew up on a beautiful mediterranean island and regularly points out her love of the sea and of “anything water.” After all, don’t I ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Dando esta David

Tue, 22 Apr 2014 | By spiritfeet | Views [270] | Scholarship Entry

The evening was spent, we soon realized, in a room that was more then we’d bargained for; turns out by-the-hour rental spaces still existed, for your more then discreet activities. And we happened to be spending the evening in one. What ensued was an ... Read more >

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Photos: San Blas

Thu, 16 Jan 2014 | By kena | Photo Gallery

Travelling by speed boat in the rumbling atlantic, from Panama to Colombia and our tribes journey continued
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Thu, 16 Jan 2014 | By kena | Views [467]

San Blas Islands, small boat, lots of people, heavy backpacks, HUGE WAVES If that doesn´t explain enough, just let me… San Blas islands are a covetted área of well protected land inhabited by a few tribes mostly known as the ... Read more >

Tags: atlantic ocean, colombia, darian cap, panama, san blas, tcha badjo

getting around Panama

Sat, 11 Jan 2014 | By kirstenvelthuis | Views [554] | Comments [3]

Getting around in Panama takes a bit of getting used to. We haven't gone very far but things take time here when you're on a bit of a budget, as we are. But we've got plenty of time and this way we get to travel as the locals do from time to time. I ... Read more >

Panama City

Sun, 5 Jan 2014 | By kirstenvelthuis | Views [781] | Comments [1]

We've been in Panama for nearly a week now (ok, it's only been 5 days but it feels much longer than that) and we (i.e. me) are slowly adjusting to the new rhythm or lack thereof. The first few days we stayed in a bit of a fancy area just to get over ... Read more >

Photos: Panama

Sun, 5 Jan 2014 | By kirstenvelthuis | Photo Gallery

Panama City and surrounds
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