The passage between Panama and Colombia is virtually impossible. My choice was to cross on the Stahlratte, that allows for the transport of the motorcycles.
Panama was also challenging because of the rain. I was lucky to have access to a house on the beach to spend a few days and prepare my passage to Columbia.
Costa Rica is green, very green! But during the month of October, it’s also wet, very wet! I discovered a volcan region, a so so capital and a lot of rain!
The process of going thru borders in Central America isn’t easy, but I made it out of Guatemala, into El Salvador, thru Honduras, and now, I’m in Nicaragua!
Today, I leave North America for an unknown land that will be exciting, but that will also represent a logistical challenge and require some adaptation!
A great day for me today (another!). I secured my passage between Panama and Colombia on the great Stahlratte sailboat. This step formalizes yet a little more my trip. This will also be my only major reservation for the duration of the journey. For those who are possibly not aware, these countries, and the Panamericana highway,