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Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top  Posted on 04/20/2014
Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top In a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that means On Top! We have been watching the construction of an overpass for months. Friday was Good Friday-Viernes Santo, so the workmen...
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument  Posted on 04/17/2014
Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument In this week’s challenge, show us your take on a monument (broadly defined). It could be a fresh angle on a well-known tourist site, or a place nobody knows outside your community. It...
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Last Stop, Aruba  Posted on 04/17/2014
The last stop on the cruise was Aruba, and we were told this is the best of all. We decided to spring for a tour this time, and got on a bus that took us around the north end of … Continue reading →
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Next Stop – Bonaire  Posted on 04/16/2014
Bonaire looked similar to Curaçao – beautiful water, dry land, desert type plants, wind, and pretty pastel buildings. It is also a Dutch territory and also has multilingual people. Tourism is a big industry because of the...
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First Island Stop – Curaçao  Posted on 04/16/2014
Curaçao is an island in the southern Caribbean, north of the coast of Venezuela. You can find it on Google maps and there is a lot of background information on Wikipedia. I knew very little about any of the islands … Continue...
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Weekly Photo Challenge – Threshold  Posted on 04/15/2014
Weekly Photo Challenge – Threshold In a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that captures the threshold — that point just before the action happens, that oh-so-sweet moment of anticipation before that...
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Monday, a Day at Sea  Posted on 04/15/2014
We left Cartagena Sunday evening, and Monday was a full day at sea while we made our way to Curacao. We spent the day wandering around the ship, exercising in the gym, enjoying the food,  taking some random photos, sorting …...
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Cartagena, and the Container Port at Night  Posted on 04/14/2014
The ship didn’t leave Cartagena until after dark, so I had fun taking some photos from the deck. Even on Sunday night, the container port was very busy. Containers were taken off the shop next to us, loaded on to … Continue...
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More Cartagena, Colombia  Posted on 04/14/2014
I was so excited to see Cartagena. It looked gorgeous from the water, and I had read a bit about the city and the interesting historic section which was supposed to be an easy distance from the port. What a … Continue reading →
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Cartagena, Columbia  Posted on 04/14/2014
The first stop on our cruise was Cartagena, Columbia. I was very excited to visit here! This was my first glimpse of Columbia and South America, and I was curious to see what it was like. We woke to a beautiful … Continue...
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  • BRUNEPETITE
    BRUNEPETITE 20 January 2014 18:10:18

    Hello All
    Happy New Year to you :))
    I project to move to Panama last April or May and I want to know if you can give me more information about cost life in Panama City + opportunities business in Tourism + Event (if someone work in thsi domaine it will be my chance :))
    Thanks in advance for your comments + help + contact + address if you have.
    See you in your country

  • smiley2
    smiley2 26 June 2013 17:18:54

    wondering about auto insurance for when we visit in Sept. Which is better ( cheaper ) to buy from auto rental, or find an outside agent ?
    I will have an International drivers license from AAA .
    Your best suggestions on a weekly rental in David, Boquete, Chiriqui Provence will help--- all in your spare time of course ! HAHA RAS

  • new_soil
    new_soil 24 May 2013 19:55:56

    I am laughing to myself because I am so brand-new to blogging that I have no idea where my previous (yesterday's) ended up. So, This Is A Test. LOL! Hopefully, I will get the hang of this an soon become, at the very least, an amateur at this.

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