Vising the San Blas Islands 1½ day we had time to snorkel at the nearby reefs and visit some of the smaller island that are known for the white beaches and waving palms. The place is also known as Paradise, so we swam from the ship onto the beach and
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Passing the Notorius Darién Gap on our motorcycles is not an option, because the Pan-American Highway is a system of roads measuring about 30,000 km (19,000 mi) long that crosses through the entirety of North, Central, and South America, with the sole exception of the Darién Gap. The Darién Gap
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Panama and Panama City is known worldwide because of the Panama Canal. Visiting the Panama Canal has been on our “bucket-list” since we started this adventure. < p align=”center”> But first we had to drive 600 km from Almirante to Panama City. We left Bocas del Toro in rain, and
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It finally happened! On Playa Bluff on Isla Colón in Panama after walking two nights on the beach we saw a hawksbill sea turtle laying eggs in the sand. After seeing several tracks in the stand from sea turtles, we saw a track leading from the ocean and up on
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We had booked a cabin at the island Boas del Toro (Panama) for the next week, but before even getting to the ferry we had to make it across the border from Costa Rica to Panama.   Instead of taking the Pan-American highway from Costa Rica to Panama we decided
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After all the activities with Felipes family in the weekend Esben woke up Monday morning feeling sick. So I left him and went with Paula to her work in Heredia. Paula has he own company, that makes all kinds of vegetable purees. One of her biggest clients is Heinz Tomato
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Felipe and all the members of his family loves outdoor activities and so do we! The day after arriving they took us to Jaco (beach town), so we could learn how to surf.   We were both a little overwhelmed by the waves, but Felipe was a great instructor. Quickly
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After our jungle tour it was time to say goodbye to the family and to Nicaragua. A large section of the border between Nicaragua and Costa Rica runs on the right (southern) bank of the river. So we were really close to  Costa Rica, just on the wrong side of
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The jungle adventure on Rio San Juan is coming up!   The road from Laguna de Apoyo towards San Carlos was in a really good condition… still we had to slow down, when meeting the locals with their cows, but there was no big potholes or anything like that.  
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Another adventure that is crazy here in Nicaragua. Our visit to the crater of the active volcano Masaya! Yes, it is an active volcano! Before visiting the volcano Masaya we found a cheap Hostel at Laguna de Apoyo, a crater lake. The water in the lagoon is a massive mineral
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