Well here is what we have been up to the last few months.
I just finished editing this video of our last few months worth of travel and adventure in Panamá Central America. We left LAX just over three months ago, headed to Panamá Central America for our very first time.
Doing the Non-Tourist things in life is the way the Tiffany and I have always operated. Why do the usual things that are recommend when you could go and explore the roads less traveled and the locals hot spots. We have found so many neat things that are off the beaten path that were far better than the usual to do’s. So why would we be any different in Panama? We aren’t so that is why we made an effort to go explore the Circuito Internacional Raceway in Chorrera, Panama.
We just went to the Panama Motorshow yesterday evening at the Atlapa Convention Center in Panama City. This is the largest car show of the year and a common place for many to purchase vehicles as well, which is new to us. The auto shows in the United States are just that a Show, you are not able to purchase vehicles at these shows. Tiffany noticed this right away when we walked in the show to the Kia display of all white vehicles and a ton of people speaking with the Kia representatives and doing paperwork. So we asked a guy and he confirmed what she saw, they are buying vehicles, strange. We took a bunch of photos so check’em out.
The show is Called Panama Motorshow 2015 it is located at Atlapa Convention Center in Panama City, Panam Republic. It is open Monday – Friday from 4 pm to 9 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 2 pm to 10 pm.
We just got back from a mini-vacation to Isla Contadora in the Pearl Islands. The Pearl Islands are a group of over 200 islands and islets located about 30 miles from Panama and stretching out south away from the main isthmus in the Gulf of Panama. We stayed at a comfortable B&B on Isla Contadora which is the most notable island in the group mostly because of its resorts, large homes, airport and white sand beaches. Contadora earned its named because the Spanish used to stop on the island to “count” their inventory of pearls prior to returning to Spain. Contador means counter in the Spanish Language. Tons of photos as well.