I didn’t want to write a single post with a hundred photos, so I broke up my collection a bit. Earlier was a post with some photos of the hotel and grounds. These are some photos of the town and a few beach photos.
Down the road from the hotel was a collection of signs for various other hotels and restaurants.
At the next corner were more signs.
Someone has a pretty nice house and probably a fantastic view.
This is the center of town, basically an intersection with a convenience store. This little barefoot girl had just handed off a large baby to another girl before she headed down the road.
A cool looking little bar down the road.
There were quite a few of these interesting trees with the big balls. Someone told me what they are in the past, but I don’t remember now.
I really like the covers for the trash can area.
We gave you the room over the outhouse. Is that OK with you?
It seems like most of the locals live in tiny little houses like these.
I don’t think the gas station gets used much, by the looks of the grass.
Since it was just before the holidays parades, the school kids here were also practicing their drumming. I was a bit surprised that there was a school big enough, and that there was a parade for them to be in. This town is so remote that the nearest town with a store is an hour away. But, these festivities are very important to the Panamanians so I’m sure these kids were taken to wherever they needed to be.
I will finish up with a few photos of the beach in front of the hotel.
The beach here is very beautiful, but also so rocky that it wouldn’t be good for swimming.
The trees hanging on to the side of the earth are very interesting.
Here’s another tree barely clinging on.
These two horses were roaming the beach. I learned later that they live at the hotel next door.