The Panama border crossing went pretty smooth and we made it on through to David, where we spent the night.  There is actually only one real highway crossing through Panama, but we hope to take some side trips after going to check out the Panama Canal.  We went down to the canal to watch the big ships go through the Miraflores Locks, and that is quite an engineering marvel to me.  Tomorrow, we will start working our way slowly back up to the states, going through Belize and then up the opposite side of Mexico from where we entered.  While still in Panama, we are hoping to check one of the waterfalls and do some birdwatching if we can.

5 thoughts on “Panama

  1. Wow, with all your adventures you will feel like you are in a foreign country when you return to the states! Wishing you a safe and happy trip!

  2. WOW!! So excited for you guys. You made your target. I wish we could meet up again to hear about border crossings, parks, the good the bad and the ugly. If you are up for more road tripping when you get back, come find us! In the meantime, go slow, stay safe and continue having fun!

    • We have had a great time, and the border crossings have been crazy at times. With your knowledge of Spanish, I would definitely recommend NOT hiring one of theses hides. They cost you more money and don’t relays ave you any time. We only used them a couple of times at the more confusing stops but if our spanish would have been better, we would have done it our selves. Remember these words: No Necessita Ayuda!

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