Vultures in Panamá

Panama City is better than I expected. It would be worth coming back here to see more.

Cinta Costera, Panama City, Panamá

Sadly, I don’t think I could live here. It’s nice and it’s modern, but it’s very car-dependent and it’s difficult being a pedestrian here. I can’t stand countries that consider pedestrians as an afterthought. Plus, it’s hot here and extremely humid.

Cinta Costera, Panama City, Panamá

Nice place to visit, tho’ 🙂

Tomorrow, Bogotá, Colombia

Cinta Costera, Panama City, Panamá
Vultures resting on a river bed. If you click on the photo and look on the far left, you’ll see a big iguana. One of the vultures is trying to make itself look very big to scare the iguana off 🙂
They use the U.S. dollar in Panama. Very sweet. The bills are the same as in the U.S., but the coins are a mix of U.S. and Panamanian. They have Panamanian equivalents to pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and dollar coins. A dollar is a “balboa” in Panamá.

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