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The article mentions no sights to see in Panama - is there really nothing worth seeing for tourists? [[User:72.255.43.9|72.255.43.9]] 23:54, 31 January 2008 (EST)
 
The article mentions no sights to see in Panama - is there really nothing worth seeing for tourists? [[User:72.255.43.9|72.255.43.9]] 23:54, 31 January 2008 (EST)
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I just discovered this site, and live in Boquete, Panama. I am starting to add things to do and see as I have time; with links to web sites, for more information. There is a lot to do in Panama City, but actually the real adventures are out of town. If someone is coming to Panama I would recommend a couple of days in the city, then Boquete, Bocas del Toro, San Blas, etc... It is easy to travel to different locations and the mico-climates change drastically.

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I think Panama is one of the greatest yet undiscovered destinations to visit. I live here and have a lot of nice pictures I wouldn't mind sharing as long as credit is given or I can leave a small mark in each picture.

Could I create some kind of mini picture gallery?

It's about time this page sees some more activity :-)

Thorwald

There's a fascinating corner of Panama's history when a rebellion occurred while de Lesseps was trying to build the French canal. I've written a book about it. Here's the link: http://www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=306

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The article mentions no sights to see in Panama - is there really nothing worth seeing for tourists? 72.255.43.9 23:54, 31 January 2008 (EST)

I just discovered this site, and live in Boquete, Panama. I am starting to add things to do and see as I have time; with links to web sites, for more information. There is a lot to do in Panama City, but actually the real adventures are out of town. If someone is coming to Panama I would recommend a couple of days in the city, then Boquete, Bocas del Toro, San Blas, etc... It is easy to travel to different locations and the mico-climates change drastically.

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