Postcards from the Causeway

The Causeway is a weird area that is on the ocean that is outside of Panama City proper. It took about 45 minute by taxi and the guy just dropped me off at the furtherest point and off I went. There are lots of marinas in the area and you can see lots of shipping traffic and boats moored just off shore. I have a few more to share after this but sadly my visit was cut short because as I was halfway down the path heading to a what I think was a science museum the heavens opened up. I got lucky and a taxi just drove by and I flagged him down and jumped in saving myself and my gear from getting soaked.

Post Cards from the Causeway

Post Cards from the Causeway

Post Cards from the Causeway

Post Cards from the Causeway

Post Cards from the Causeway

Post Cards from the Causeway

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  1. Your photos reflect the weather which seemed to be against you in your exploration of Panama. Must admit I do not understand the meaning of a causeway. It is used in Florida on one bridge. Those angry clouds just seem to always be there. You made the most of the day and your photos of Panama, etc , we have enjoyed.

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