Posts Tagged “San Blas”

Walking through Carti in a Kuna Yala Community

By | October 20, 2011

30/09/2011 Sitting at the wooden table in Matthias & Nexias home in the centre of the home after having breakfast. Breakfast consisted of papaya, fried eggs, bread and coffee. The coffee for me was the key component of breakfast! I walked through the village & it’s too cute! I am happy that I walked through […]

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Kuna Indian Community, San Blas, Panama

By | October 20, 2011

29/09/2011 I am sitting in the village of Carti on a bench facing young girls playing basketball. They are all playing on a dirt ground barefoot happily with smiles. Behind them are huts made from branches of coconut trees and bamboo. We are positioned right by the water. It is a big two story house […]

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La Tortuga Island, Cayos Holandeses, San Blas ~ Day 2

By | October 19, 2011

29/09/2011 Sitting on our island in the Cayos Holandses in San Blas, Panama. It feels exactly like that, that is our own exclusive island. I am happy that natural, preserved places like this still exist. How is it that not a lot of people I have spoken to have heard of these beautiful treasures in […]

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Peeing outside by a bush like my puppy, but under a coconut tree in San Blas.

By | October 16, 2011

28/09/11 San Blas, Panama Going to the washroom on a deserted island with no plumbing and electricity is an authentic travel experience in itself! You have two options of going to the washroom in the sea or behind a coconut tree or bush. Now if you have to go #2 we were advised to dig […]

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6 Things to take while camping in San Blas that I didn’t take! LOL

By | October 16, 2011

I am the worst example of a camper in San Blas, rocking up prepared with nothing that a normal person would think to take when camping. These things to bring didn’t even occur to me. Seriously, they didn’t even cross my mind. I haven’t been camping since I was little living in Australia somewhere in […]

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