We recently had the opportunity again to show some new friends around Panama City, with our first stop being the canal. Making our way there by 9am on a Monday morning, the crowds were minimal and we had great views of three ships making the transit. If you recall it was last year sometime that Clyde and I had the opportunity to transit the canal ourselves on a 42-foot catamaran with two Australian couples that found us through this blog. See link below for full story of our adventure on the high seas!
The following are photos we took recently on our latest journey to the canal and other parts of the megalopolis known as Panama City, Panama. Come along with us through photos that tell the whole story.....along the gringo trail.
Warren and Colleen Visiting From Canada
A Ship Entering A Lock
Two Ships Going Into Parallel Locks
A Close-Up Of A Mule (train used to guide ships through locks) And Lock Gate
A Critter Spotted On The Hilltop
View From Ancon Hill
Another View of Panama City
Casco Viejo - The Old Part Of The City And Renovations
Casco Viejo In Panama City, Panama
A Young Man Helped Us Park On The Curb Like This
An Old Church
View From Altos de Campana Overlook