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Home > 2009 > Central America > San Blas Islands Part I

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8 viewsBoarding the Da Capo, our home for the next five days.
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13 viewsYou can tell I've just arrived because my clothes are clean and I'm still wearing my hat.
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8 viewsCaptain Mats goes through our San Blas route.
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10 viewsWe are here and will be sailing along the red path.
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8 viewsPhil and Hanna hanging out at the front of the boat on day 1.
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9 viewsSure, I'll take the helm for a while. Next stop, Zakynthos!
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7 viewsThe San Blas islands are inhabited by the Kuna Indians, who are mostly independent of Panama.
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7 viewsJust waiting for global warming to bring property values down.
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10 viewsMats and Dina's son 3 1/2 year old son, Mateo snorkles all on his own. Now if we could just get him brushing...
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9 viewsCartagena Vice: Starring Dino Julios Rodriguez.
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8 viewsRenee and I onboard the dingy and headed for the small island of Porvenir.
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8 viewsAmy, Simon, and Mateo have a float as the Da Capo sits anchored at Porvenir.
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10 viewsIsla Porvenir, our first stop in San Blas.
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9 viewsThese photos don't do justice to how amazingly clear the water was.
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6 viewsBeer is available on Porvenir. As are hammocks with holes in them. A dangerous mix in the wrong doses.
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11 viewsSomeone didn't use a coaster!
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9 viewsThe other side of Porvenir.
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17 viewsIt wasn't sunny but it was still plenty warm.
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14 viewsA small little island at full magnification, which is why it looks grainy like this.
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14 viewsIn addition to beverages, the Kuna here also sell handmade art.
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