Driving in the Azuero Peninsula

Tuesday we left Pedasi and headed up the Azuero Peninsula, west to Santiago, and then south again to Santa Catalina. It was a long drive, but on good roads through absolutely beautiful countryside.

I’m starting to get caught up! It looks like I have a folder of photos from Santa Catalina, and then it’s on to the photos of the parade from yesterday.


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We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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11 Responses to Driving in the Azuero Peninsula

  1. oldsalt1942 says:

    When I was doing my early exploration trips to Panama I spent 10 days with Chitre as my base. I quite liked the area though I think it wouldn’t take me long to go nuts in Pedasi. Chitre/Los Santos would be my second choice of a place to live here in the Republic, but David/Chiriqui has it beat when it comes to the services that make life a little easier.


    • Really! We’ll have to talk further one of these days. We like it here a lot but who knows. We might want a change or circumstances may change sometime. Pedasi is great to visit but it’s too small for me to live. I’m too much of a city gal.


  2. I lived in Panama for 30 years, and you have already seen more of it than I ever did.


  3. indacampo says:

    We’ve been talking lately about how life would have been much simpler if we had chosen Chitre over Pedasi. Chitre was our second choice. We love our house and where we are but sometimes living closer to services and shopping would be much easier. 🙂

    There is also a ring road around Chitre that would have cut some time off for you and helped you to avoid those twisty roads around the cathedral. There is an ocean view from one of the hills that is very pretty.

    Looking forward to the rest of your pictures!


  4. Anonymous says:

    Chitre/Los Santos. This is really fun to read. I always run to my map. Thanks guys. David, Charleston S.C. future ex pat.


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