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Kim Huguelet
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Sailing to Colombia & The Guna Yala Islands
"A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for." - John A. Shedd Welcome aboard the Independence! This 85 foot steel motor sail was to be our home for the next five days and four nights, bringing us from Panama to Colombia and into the ...
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Panama City & The Panama Canal
The Panama Canal  This year, on August 14th, the Panama Canal celebrated it's 100th anniversary. The canal was finally fully functional in 1914; after tireless years of construction, three different countries owning the territoriy (Columbia, France, and the...
Panama City & The Panama Canal
Panama City & The Panama Canal
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Boquete
Our last night in Bocas proved to be an interesting one and ended in someone telling us we could have a ride with his shuttle service for only $20 to Boquete - our next destination. This was $10 cheaper than anywhere else,  and $10 is a big deal on our $30/...
Boquete
Boquete
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Bocas del Toro
Ferry to a bus to a bus to a town to a shuttle to an office to another office to the border to a bridge to an office to yet another office back to a shuttle to a boat and to Bocas! Bocas del Toro, meaning, mouth of the bull, is a province of Panama. The pro...
Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro
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Montezuma
Montezuma, Costa Rica lies near the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula and used to exist as a small fishing village until it began gaining popularity with backpackers on a budget and eco-tourists who came for the beautiful scenery sometime in the 80's. As...
Montezuma
Montezuma
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Nick & Amy's visit to Costa Rica!
It's always a bit sad to have to leave a country, especially one you've enjoyed so much, as we did Nicaragua. But it's also exciting to have something entirely new to look forward to, not to mention the ever so exciting travel day you get to experience.  Le...
Nick & Amy's visit to Costa Rica!
Nick & Amy's visit to Costa Rica!
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San Juan del Sur
San Juan del Sur, our southern most stop we'd hit
before moving on to Costa Rica. We'd heard it was much more
commercialized than the rest of Nicaragua, full of gringos, and lots
of partying. It'd been a pretty calm, relaxed trip until this point
so we were...
San Juan del Sur
San Juan del Sur
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Isla de Ometepe
La Isla de Ometepe. We'd been hearing
about this island for quite some time and were excited to finally
check it out. It's about a three hour bus ride south from Granada to
the town of Rivas, where you then catch a ferry over to the island. We opted to mini...
Isla de Ometepe
Isla de Ometepe
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Granada
Granada. Ostensibly the first European city of the Americas. Although others claim the same distinction, Granada can be found on the official records of the Crown of Aragon and the Kingdom of Castile in Spain. It was founded in 1524 and historically one of ...
Granada
Granada
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Little Corn Island
Crystal clear Caribbean waters, pristine private beaches, and an incredible island culture make up Las Islas de Maíz, or, The Corn Islands. These islands are located about 70 km. off the eastern coast of Nicaragua. At one point in time, these islands were f...
Little Corn Island
Little Corn Island
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