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There is a new hostel a bit north of David on the northbound road towards Boquete. We stopped by the other day and Peter, the owner, gave us a nice tour. It’s in a really pretty spot by a river and … Continue reading
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