Travel to Panama has been gaining in popularity thanks to the country’s many interesting sites and distinctive culture. However, often times, the true heart of a country lies within its indigenous peoples. Today, guest contributor, Jill Dobbe, is here to tell us all about Panama’s Kuna Indians, with special focus on Kuna mola art. An […]
It’s always interesting to have a sneak peek into the lives of boomer expats around the world. Today’s guest contributor, Larke Newell, is here to tell us how her and her husband make the most out of their beautiful second home by exploring off the beaten path in Panama. If you are considering a vacation […]
Many people dream of living in a warm, sunny location after retirement, but choosing one place to live out the golden years can be daunting. Today’s guest contributor, Larke Newell, tells us how her and her husband make the most out of their second home, beautiful Panama, by visiting some of the local highlights, such as […]
Updated 11.01.2017 Some baby boomer travel experiences are worth repeating. That’s certainly true of a Panama Canal transit. The journey may travel along the same watery path; but each time, Alan and I discover new facets about The Big Ditch. On our first Panama Canal cruise transit, we sailed from east to west—beginning in the early morning […]
When our Silver Cloud Panama Canal Cruise entered the Miraflores Locks from the Pacific Ocean, Alan and I experienced our second boomer adventure cruising through the Panama Canal. No matter how many times you transit the canal that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, there’s something new to see and learn. Even the non-techie boomer […]
Alan photographed these children during a port stop when our Regent Seven Seas cruise ship, Mariner, sailed through the Panama Canal.
Baby boomers, have you visited Panama on a travel adventure? Well, Alan and I haven’t yet, except for a cruise through the Panama Canal. But, when we do, we’ll be following the dining advice in this guest post by Jeff Apton, a baby boomer who frequently travels to Panama. Any meal promising a heavy dose […]
A cruise ship dwarfs the pilot boat that will guide it through the Panama Canal.