Panama City and the Panama Canal

There are times when business trips have their upsides. Beyond the insane exhaustion they usually bring, you sometimes get a chance to a wee bit of tourism. And with our current client (Instituto de Panameño Turismo), there was a chance to see a little bit of Panama.

I emphasise “a little bit”. We didn’t see much beyond the Old Quarter of Panama City, the Miraflores Locks, the Via España, and the Miraflores Locks on the Panama Canal. Still, from what I’ve seen and learned, I want to come back and see sooooo much more.

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