It was about a year ago that I was sitting under a palm tree, the hot sun on my face and just enjoyed where I was. Stony beaches and rocky cliffs lines the sea shore and we walked every day to the beach, enjoyed cold drinks by the water and forgetting all the worries we … More Spanish sun
2014 was an important year for me. I was 16 and had just moved halfway across the World. Panama was a lot hotter than Germany (no surprise there), but that was probably not the biggest difference. No, the biggest difference for me personally was that my brother and I switched to a private Catholic school … More What is a Catholic School really like?
For those of you who know Bocas del Toro, the archipelago in the north-west of the country, you know that this place is basically paradise. The main town consists of Caribbean style houses, each painted in a different color and bars and restaurants offer seats with view over the sea and of the other small … More Exploring Panama: Bocas del Toro
On this world there are 7 species of sea turtles and every year 5 of those come ashore at Isla Cañas, a peninsula/island in the south of panama. The island itself does not have much to offer, there is nearly any wifi, only one restaurant which offers two meals which are cooked in the hosts … More Exploring Panama: The Turtles of Isla Canas
I haven’t really been writing much in the last few days because, honestly, i didn’t want to. I was busy enjoying beaches and food, so updating you hasn’t been my priority. But now, I am soon leaving for a few nights on an island and thought I might as well use the wifi I got. … More Exploring Panama: Playa Venao And Isla Iguana.
In the valley there is a mountain chain called la india dormida. It got its name because the peaks slightly resemble the profile of a sleeping woman. It is probably one of the most well known mountains in panama, and yesterday we hiked all the way to its top. I say hike, but really, … More Exploring Panama: La India Dormida
Yesterday morning, we got up early, packed our stuff and left the city. In a small bus we sat in the last two rows, our belonging either between our legs or laid on top of our laps and watched the driver bring us up the mountains, through small, snake like streets until we had a … More Exploring Panama: The Valley