I’m just going to let the pictures do most of the talking. My big takeaway from today was how in the world did they build it a hundred years ago?…..especially in the heat and jungle conditions.
We entered the first locks around seven am and went out the last around 6. We were running a little late because a cruise ship headed the other direction had a medical emergency which slowed things down in both directions. We spent almost all day on the balcony. We invited the cruise critic group to stop by and a number of them did at various times throughout the day. The ship arranged for iced tea and cookies in our room for everyone.
All in all a pretty incredible day and even though we didn’t do anything but look, we were really tired at the end of the day and were in bed shortly after supper.
And we pass under the Bridge of the Americas officially entering the Pacific.
It was a pretty amazing 68 miles!