This morning at Canal de Afuera Island, the water was spectacular and I had the feeling we were about to have an amazing day of snorkeling.
Guest Blog from Elisabeth Brentano, writer and photographer aboard the Safari Voyager in April 2019.
It was special to watch them study our clothes, cameras and everything about us.
As the sun sets over the equatorial horizon, the locks are lit up like a stadium. But this isn’t any old ball game. This is the maneuvering of ships up to 100 feet wide from one massive ocean to another.
I can imagine a sunburned Teddy Roosevelt drinking this on the terrace of an alabaster hotel in Colon amid an international display of diplomats, businessmen and generals in casual attire.