The canal averages 30-40 boats per day. The expanded locks were implemented mid last year accommodating larger “Pana Max” boats. While we were in the museum they announced that a ship would […]
When you first enter there’s a 10 minute movie that helps you understand the concept of the locks and gives a brief history. Then it’s on to the museum.
As our time here in Panama comes to an end we couldn’t leave without visiting the infamous “Locks” where you can witness the process of how the boats are raised and/or lowered […]
So we had the chance to visit the “Old Quarter” Casco Viejo, also known as Casco Antigua and San Felipe. This is the oldest area in Panama City. The original city, Panama […]
So we made it to the Causeway in Panama City. A new hotel in a new part of the city. We’re down on the Amador Causeway at the Pacific entrance to the […]