La Côte Atlantique - Fort Lauderdale - San Blas Islands, Panama

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Fort Lauderdale Fort LauderdaleFort LauderdaleHalf Moon Cay, BahamasHalf Moon Cay, Bahamas Half Moon Cay, BahamasHalf Moon Cay, BahamasHalf Moon Cay, BahamasThe MS Maasdam joins the Volendam in Half Moon Cay Half Moon Cay, BahamasThe tender docking system on the MS VolendamCartagena, Colombia April 18, 2004Cartagena, Colombia April 18, 2004 Cartagena, ColombiaCartagena, ColombiaCartagena, ColombiaThe Harbour Cartagena, Colombia Claudette at La Popa Monastery in Cartagena, ColombiaLa Popa Monastery Cartagena, ColombiaLa Popa Monastery, Cartagena ColombiaLa Popa Monastery on the hilltop in Cartagena, Colombia April 18, 2004 San Blas Islands, PanamaSan Blas Islands, PanamaSan Blas (Kuna Yala) Islands, PanamaSan Blas  Islands, Panama Kuna Indian at San Blas Islands, Panama, April 19, 2004 \nSee: http://www.worldheadquarters.com/panama/destinations/san_blas/Kuna craft (Molas) at San Blas Islands, Panama,Colorful and intricately sewn, molas are an important part of the traditional dress of the Kuna woman. \n(from http://www.worldheadquarters.com/panama/destinations/san_blas/San Blas Islands, PanamaSan Blas Islands- A traditional Kuna hut is square, with a thatched roof. Mangrove wood, due to its thickness, durability and strength, is used primarily for structural support. Thin white cane, which too is gathered on the mainland, is used for the walls and doors. See: http://www.worldheadquarters.com/panama/destinations/san_blas/ Kuna Indian who guided us through his home standing in front of his clothes washing table.Hard Rock Café - Kuna Indian Style San Blas Islands, Panama,Kuna Woman San Blas Islands, Panama Kuna Indians San Blas Islands, PanamaOne of the San Blas Islands, Panama, a short distance from the Island we visitedThe MS Volendam off San Blas Islands, Panama, On the MS Volendam Off the coast of Panama