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Someday I will….. - - I adore Jimmy Buffet. While not quite as obsessed as many of his parrot head tribe, following him around the world on tour dates, I have been an avid fan for many a year. In fact, our truck-campers name of … Continue reading → The post Someday I will….. appeared first on The Next Big Adventure. #overland #overlanding #adventuretravel #travel #4x4

Age: 9+, watch a free video documentary (1:23) history of Panama Canal & info on creation of canal, engineers & workers, & obstacles they faced. After watching, use the menu on the left side of the screen to: *Travel Virtually Through the Panama Canal *Watch an Animation of How the Panama Canal Works *Download a Teacher’s Guide *Also many video documentaries archived on the site to enhance education.

Half Day Panama Canal, Amador Causeway and Old Town Tour Get to know the Miraflores's Panamá Canal Locks, the Panamá Old Town and the Causeway of Amador on this 5-hour tour.Your tour guide will provide you with all the information you need to know about the history of Panamá and each destination that you will visit.Includes: Pictures and videos taken by the tour guide with a Gopro Hero 4, the pictures will be sent through bluetooth to your device or to your email account.You w...

1901 Map of Panama. Panama before the Panama Canal. On the maps, you can see the elevation of each section and the location of the future dam and future locks. Don't just visit the Panama Canal... Live it!


1920s Grooms and Groomsmen Attire

1920s men's hats at Panama, homburg, derby or bowler, newsboy, fedora, gambler, boater and top hat.

from Mail Online

Classic Colombia: Viva Cartagena, the 'Heroic City' of history and culture

A woman sells fruit in Cartagena's old quarter. I visited Cartegena, Columbia during a Crystal Cruise through the Panama Canal.

from CNT

The Seductively Sleepy Islands of Bocas del Toro, Panama - Condé Nast Traveler

Bocas del Toro - Condé Nast article - So excited to travel here. Panama rain forests meet Caribbean beaches. A place with history of pirates and explorers! Quiet and simple, just luxurious and relaxing mini, sustainable resorts. Promise of good food and drink, fun visitors, exploring the rain forest, snorkeling over the reef. What could be better?