Blogging Panama, Loving Panama
Brendan over at Jaunted has posted his first blog entry from his journey through Panama, beginning with his stay in Kuna Yala Islands, the 400-island archipelago off of Panama’s southern tip. Brendan wistfully describes the islands as an “obvious stop for a beach bum, drop-out-of-life vacation,” which is kind of the goal of most people’s vacation, right?
Lonely Planet lists the number one thing to do in the region is: “Interacting responsibly and sustainably with the Kuna, a fiercely independent people who maintain their traditions in a changing world.” I suspect that most PR agencies leave out “interacting responsibly and sustainably” in their travel brochures, but perhaps that will change soon.
Posted on April 01, 2009 by Matt Stabile