Yates de las altas de Amador

My husband and I escaped the cold and snow for one week to visit good friends in Panama and explore the country. This is the first in a series of posts on our adventure.

The first few days were spent in Amador, located in the Canal Zone. Boats are everywhere, from the marinas to the long queue of shipping boats waiting for their trip to the Atlantic side. We were welcomed by a gorgeous sunset that first evening, leading to this great shot. This area leads to the causeway that connects the city to several small islands and is filled with locals relaxing or exercising.



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