Bocas del Toro were the first islands in Panama I visited. Since my first time there in May 2012 I made my way back already twice in 2014 and I can tell you that it was not my last time, for sure. Not only because there are still so many things to do in Bocas […]
Panama Viejo was the first European settlement founded in 1517 on the Pacific Coast of the Americas. The town was used as a transit route for treasures from the Inca Empire shipping to the Old World of Europe. The treasures were off loaded there and then taken by mule to Portobelo town on the Atlantic coast.With […]
When visiting Bocas del Toro islands in Panama, one of my favorite places in Central America, I dedicated a lot of time to me and to learning of new things. One of them was a Brain Wave Vibration workshop with Iliana Cabañas. Sweet and always positive Lila, how everyone calls her, taught me how to do […]
When I visited Bocas del Toro islands for the second time, I had a Reiki session together with other techniques at Danuta’s Holistic Healing Center. I loved it so much that when I got back, I decided to get more things there. It was there where I had my first Reiki session done on me, […]
Spending a month traveling around Panama after doing a lot of research for a few weeks before that, I was able to collect a lot of information and many facts about Panama. I hope you enjoy them :) Interesting facts about Panama country: the isthmus of Panama emerged from the ocean about 15 million years ago and […]
I was picked up at 8.30 am like the last one of the group by Jeff, a Canadian guide of my age working for Barefoot Panama, and chatting we drove from Panama City next to the City of Knowledge – Ciudad de Saber up to the Chagres river where the Monkey Island tour starts.On the way we […]
I spent a few days in Panama City, the capital of Panama. As I love walking, I walked a lot to some hotspots but also took a Panama City Tour with Barefoot Panama to learn interesting facts about Panama capital.On Sunday at 8.30 am I was picked up by Kevin who’s been running tours in […]
I was picked up by our guide David around 8 am in Panama City and as soon as I sat into the van I knew we would have a legendary time on the tour. Other tourists in the van were mostly Americans and then a Swiss-Italian couple, all so friendly and smiling all the time. […]
When I was planning my visit to Panama country (after just visiting Bocas del Toro islands back in 2012 where I practiced yoga), I knew I wanted to spend more time in the capital but people kept telling me there was not so much to do. I did not listen to them and still took […]
Panama can be an underrated country but it has a lot to offer. Which 10 places to visit in Panama do we recommend? Located in the middle of the Americas and surrounded by the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, Panama has become a mandatory visit for many backpackers traveling through the entire continent. A lot of […]
My trip to the archipelagos of San Blas happened very suddenly. A couchsurfing friend of mine wanted to spend New Year’s Eve on the archipelagos. Since I’ve never been in that area of Panama, I told her without thinking twice that I want to go. Celebrating the arrival of 2010 in a place like San […]
I have to be honest with you. Even after so many years of almost constant traveling, I had not heard of Rodrigues island until I went to World Travel Market in London in the beginning of November 2017. There my friends told me to go to visit their stand in the Mauritius section so I […]
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