Pedasi Beaches

The southern part of the Azuero Peninsula of Panama is known for the beautiful beaches. Since I was down there visiting my good friend and fellow blogger,  we decided to pick up another friend and blogger and enjoy a visit to some of the beaches in the area. It was a most enjoyable morning with great company, and the scenery was so beautiful. I had a hard time deciding on a reasonable number of pictures to share because I have so many that I like.

It was a short but wonderful visit to Pedasi, and I was happy to see all of my friends. I thought Allison was going to be away but her plans were delayed by a day, so I got to visit with her and her family on Friday evening. She has recently moved to Pedasi with her husband and two daughters. Look for “the Panama Pause” if you are on Facebook. It is interesting to read about their lives with school age children, and their sweet dog Finny.

Saturday afternoon after our beaches outing, we got a bite of lunch and went back to the house to relax and chat. Later in the afternoon I caught up with my friends and other fellow blogger Al and Shelly. They have a growing business offering house and pet sitting, so if you need someone give them a shout. His blog is also a lot of fun, often with a humorous take on some of the things that go on in Panama.

You just never know what will happen when you start writing a blog! Because of my blog and theirs, I have all the good friends mentioned in this post, all living in the same area, and all writing interesting stories about their unique and different lives in Pedasi.

This is the story of my visit to Pedasi (or perhaps just an excuse to post photos :D), but I’m sure it won’t be the last visit with my good friends, nor the last photos of this beautiful area. As you all know from my last post my friends took me to Chitre the next morning where I caught buses back to David. I had a front seat on the bus from Santiago to David, so the next post will be about the construction and road conditions on the Pan-American Highway.

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About Kris Cunningham

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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22 Responses to Pedasi Beaches

  1. Sunnymikkel says:

    Great Photos, Gracias!

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  2. mcmoller says:

    Reblogged this on Our Third Life-Pedasi, Panama and commented:
    Last Saturday I enjoyed a wonderful day at the beaches in Los Destiladeros with two of my blogger friends.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you sooo much Kris. Made it down Thanksgiving. Did the downtown P.C. & El Valle de Anton. Coming down again in Juno to explore the “midlands” Pedasi, Santa Fe, Santa Catalina and all points in between. Goodness…this IS getting serious! Love the blog! Hopefully see you on the third trip. David.

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  4. thepazeras says:

    Very nice, Can’t wait!

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  5. It is beautiful from what I can tell by the pictures. Eager to learn Panama from the inside out.

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  6. 4sarge says:

    Great Photos, Reblogging for remembrances and for Others to Enjoy

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  7. 4sarge says:

    Reblogged this on 4sarge and commented:
    Great Photos and Personal Remembrances of a Friend, enjoying Panama.

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  8. oldsalt1942 says:

    Nailed it again!

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  9. Thanks for the lovely post, Kris. I love meeting my blogging friends from around the world! Somehow, I accidentally deleted your previous post, so now I have to go back and read it. I am so proud of you and your bicycle touring. Cory and Tina just finished a bicycle tour in Florida. 422 miles from Tampa to Key West. They are psyched. I’m sure their travels will never be the same.

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  10. Carole says:

    How is the beach to swim in, didn’t see anyone in the water. Is it safe to swim, or is there currents. Carole

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