Blogging Panama, Loving Panama
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
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.