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The river behind our neighborhood is one of my favorite places, but sometimes I don’t go there as often as I should. That’s the nice thing about house guests. As you show them interesting things you get to visit your … Continue reading
We had been hearing about this great swimming spot in the river canyons near Gualaca for some time, so today we decided to go check it out. What a great afternoon! We had such a good time. Gualaca is a … Continue reading
There is a large space next to our neighborhood ready for houses, and the other day my neighbor and I went there to hunt for stones to build fountains. I also discovered that there is a road down to the … Continue reading
We visited the river a couple days ago and we met with the most interesting sight! There were so many butterflies on the river bank, and quite a few different kinds. It’s the summer dry season now, so I think … Continue reading
I think it rained harder this afternoon than I’d ever seen it rain. We could hear the river roaring, so as the rain let up we decided to go take a look. Then, we reached the river! When we got … Continue reading
We live next to a river and it’s a really beautiful place. I never get tired of going there with my camera! We are in the rainy season now and everything is incredibly green and lush.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO THAT SHOWS US A GLIMPSE OF THE INFINITE. It’s the height of rainy season here in Panama. I’ve been thinking of “infinite” all week and my … Continue reading
Yesterday, we went a little ways up the Via Boquete to a spot on our list of places to explore. It’s by the river and there is a great waterfall. It looks like someone in the past had made it … Continue reading
The rainy season finally arrived in Panama. We were told that it rained almost every day while we were away. Everything looks so green, and the previously neat yard is a bit overgrown. But, with rain comes humidity, and mold. … Continue reading