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There are two seasons in Panama, summer (dry and windy, Dec – April), and rainy (May – Nov). Right now we are in summer. It almost never rains, some days are very windy, a lot of the grass and plants … Continue reading
Sunday we all set off for another day trip, this time up the Boquete side of the mountain. Since I didn’t make it all the way up on my bike trip with Jérémy, I figured he should at least have … Continue reading
Our last stop in our travels was the Rambala Jungle Lodge. We had been here before so I knew what it was like, and I was really looking forward to going there again. Jungle Lodge doesn’t fully explain what this … Continue reading
Sometimes just the little things are interesting, things you pass as you go through your day. These photos are some of my last day or two. Always keep a camera with you!
Wednesday I went to Boquete to see Holly and Emma, a couple blogging friends. There is a related post HERE. Our stop at El Explorador was so interesting however, that it deserves a post of its own. I’m not sure … Continue reading
We’re in the height of summer when it is expected to be hot and dry, but we’ve had two rainstorms in the last week. What a welcome surprise, and it seemed like the lawns and fields turned green overnight. With … Continue reading
It’s summer in Panama and there seem to be more flowers than usual at this time of year. We saw a lot of interesting flowers and plants when we went hiking up the mountain, so here are some photos from … Continue reading
I’ve been too busy doing things to write about them! Thursday we went up to the Flower and Coffee Fair in Boquete, or Feria de las Flores y el Café. I think the flower and coffee theme was just a … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Beginning This week’s theme might be obvious, but I couldn’t help it — it’s a simple and common word, yet can evoke very powerful, emotional images. Let’s see beginning through your lens! Beginning? That sounds easy enough but the more I … Continue reading