The day after we arrived in Panama City we had to get our car inspected, which involved arriving in a customs complex at 6am and queuing for a ticket. They only give out 25 a day… Then when you have the ticket you wait until 8am for someone to come round, check the VIN on … Continue reading Waving Goodbye to Central America
Panama, being the last country before the Darian Gap - a 66 mile stretch of land between Panama and Colombia which is considered unpassable - meant we figured we should take advantage of the availability of US car parts. We’d also found an ex-pat mechanic originally from the US based in Boquete, who we linked … Continue reading Making Some Improvements in Panama
And so, now Mike & Vicky had returned home it was just the two of us again and onto the last country of Central America - Panama. Before doing that we had a choice of two borders, the Paso Canoas border by the Pacific coast which was by far and away the most travelled or … Continue reading Entering the Last Country of Central America!