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7 viewsThe Kuna are actually a matriarchal society - so these women were flirting with us for a change. I could get used to it.
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7 viewsThey would get in groups and start posing, hoping you'd take their photo. Why not?
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6 viewsThis little girl gets an eskie ride.
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6 viewsPhil and the future Kuna bobsled team.
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7 viewsA boat from Colombia in to do some trading. Many of the locals are hanging around the dock.
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7 viewsDay 4: Today was mostly sailing. We anchored at these islands for lunch and then sailed through the afternoon to Isla Pino.
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7 viewsA small island with a couple Kuna settlements on either side.
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9 viewsA man hauling wood, presumably for construction, back to the village.
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9 viewsA captain's view of the boat.
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7 viewsWhen the boat really got going, it would sail at an angle like this all day. However, today we had a tail wind which meant rocking in all directions.
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7 viewsWe were followed by an unusual number of dolphins. Our fourth and fifth days we probably encountered 7 or 8 pods.
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7 viewsFour dolphins swimming along and ready to play.
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7 viewsLiterally they were just under my feet. One actually came up and touched Jared's feet.
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6 viewsThe dolphins are coming along with us to distant Isla Pino up ahead.
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6 viewsI know I've done this photo before, but the girls requested it.
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7 viewsDo they all look seasick? They were actually ducking from the flapping sail.
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32 viewsIsla Pino, our last stop in San Blas.
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8 viewsI think this is what they call a vanilla sky.
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28 viewsThe last Central American sunset.
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7 viewsPhil watches the dolphins jumping.
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