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Panama Viejo: Attacked and Sacked

Dear Luke and Leia, Today we had an interesting adventure to Panama Viejo, a city attacked and sacked by Henry Morgan, a British privateer. Quite conveniently, it is right next door to our apartment building.

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Cartagena Old Town is a Photographer’s Dream

Beautiful, mysterious, and unique, Cartagena’s Old Town has no trouble getting attention. Its narrow streets and gorgeous architecture have made it one of Latin America’s most coveted and popular destinations.

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Fountains and Squares in Madrid – A Photo Essay

Dear Luke and Leia, Here we are discovering so many beautiful fountains and squares in Madrid, the capital of Spain. Like most European cities, Madrid has built its cities around central squares where people can gather to sell their wares, worship, conduct government business and greet each other.

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Panama to Colombia: Crossing the Darien Gap

If you are entertaining any fantasies of driving an epic road trip on the highway from Alaska to the tip of South America, be prepared when you get to Panama. You can’t drive to Colombia from there.

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One Day in Singapore: 7 Things to Do

After a serious health scare on our 32-hour flight marathon to Indonesia (Dan developed a blood clot in his leg) we were naturally concerned when we decided to leave Bali. To avoid developing DVT a second time, we broke our trip into segments. First stop: two nights and one day in Singapore.

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Panamanian Sancocho Recipe

Hungry for a taste of Panama’s national dish? Cozy up to a bowl of Panamanian sancocho, also known as sancocho de gallina Panameño.

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Barcelona: Gaudi Architecture and a Fantastic Waterfront

Dear Luke and Leia, Next up for us is Barcelona, Spain, famous for its Gaudi architecture and a fantastic waterfront area on the Mediterranean Sea. Barcelona is the capital city of the Catalonia region with a good deep water port and a wonderful history.

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Casco Viejo Street Art: Graffiti in a UNESCO Site

Panama City’s historic district may be officially known as San Felipe, but most people know it as Casco Antiguo or Casco Viejo. This once-fortified part of the city has a fascinating history and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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7 Famous Indian Dishes You Should Try

As big fans of Indian cuisine, we were happy to receive this list of 7 popular and famous Indian dishes from Rohit Agarwal, a fellow travel blogger. You are invited to share your thoughts about Indian food in the comment section.

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Venice is Where I Found my New Travel Partner

Dear Luke and Leia, I know this will be strange for you two grandchildren to read, but Venice is where I found my new travel partner.

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