The road dead ends at the water front with a few houses nearby. Our eyes latch onto a tiny beach with small wooden boats scattered about. It seems as though we've come to the end of the world. It's so serene and peaceful, not another human being can be seen. Endless water with gentle waves surronded by a breathtaking jungle landscape all nestled in the mountains of this gorgeous country. In the distance we see a ship and islands everywhere just waiting to be explored. We can only imagine how much fun we can have and what we can discover with a tiny boat or kayak. So many islands untouched by humans, so many miles of beaches on which to dig our toes into the sand.
Clyde and I make our way into the warm bath waters of the Pacific Ocean. The bay is shallow and we walk a long way out before deciding to sit down in the water and relax. The waves gently rock us back and forth as we take in the beauty and peacefulness around us almost as if it's a dream. And then reality sets in and we realize that those we left behind in the US are working right now and we're not. Ahhh, life is good today in Panama!