When I first read about the Panama Canal as the biggest engineering work ever, Ithought it was an exaggeration. But once in Panama, a not-to-miss visit to the closeby Miraflores locks changed my mind big time 🙂 The amount of work and effort required to escavate, isolate and flood the 77km lenght of the canal… Continua a leggere Panama Canal
Getting to Panama’ Here I am in Panama’ City after a 8800km flight. 3 things about the flight: First, it got a delay of 40 minutes. If I was on a business trip I wouldn’t care, but being on my free time makes a different effect 🙂 Second, there was an Italian guy sit almost… Continua a leggere First night & day in Panama’
This is a question everyone asked me. Should be easy to answer considering I’m leaving in 6 days, right? Well, I didn’t plan my trip too much to keep it as much open and free as possible. I really don’t want to go around with the idea of having to leave in X days to… Continua a leggere -6 days: so, what’s the plan?
In this days while preparing what to bring in my walkabout, the selection process naturally creates a list of things that are denied access to the backpack. Here are the 2 things I will NOT bring with me: notebook and BlackBerry. Incidentally, they are the 2 objects I use most of the time in my… Continua a leggere -8 days: What I will NOT bring with me
As the excitement grows, the mind get unbalanced towards the upcoming unknown adventures and as the time pass by, there is a practical side of dreaming that has to be taken care of. Finding someone that pays the mortgage for me while I’m away was high on the priority list – as well as in… Continua a leggere -10 days: what to do with the house – the practical side of dreaming