Around Boquete March 8th 2012 In the afternoon of our last day in Boquete we took a drive through the mountains around Boquete. There is some pretty scenery, and some interesting sights.
I think the thing that strikes me the most is the difference between how the indigenous people live compared to the other middle class panamanians or the ex-pats. The indigenous people here live very simply - and their living condit ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Panama » Chiriquí » Boquete With US backing, Panama seceded from Colombia in 1903 and promptly signed a treaty with the US allowing for the construction of a canal and US sovereignty over a strip of land on either side of the structure (the Panama Canal Zone). The Panama Canal ... ... read more
We were married in 2005. We share a love of early jazz and swing music from the 40's, nature, birds, good food, and each other. We travelled a lot earlier in our marriage, but the last few years have been hindered by Dawn's poor health. But, you only live once, right? We have decided to continue our travels, albeit taking shorter and less strenuous trips, and travelling at a much more relaxed pace. Steve is a photographer, and Dawn does the writing, and this way we thought we could share our travel adventures with our friends and families.... full info