Archive for Panama Destination
Michael, the blog is a great idea. I often find blogs useful in google searches for information on my travel destinations. I hope I can be of help, especially on information regarding Panama, a friend Tican neighboar.
Hi Michael, Cool idea. Sometimes we all need a carrot to really inspire initial participation. I'm an actual customer by the way. Although I usually plan my own trips as an ecotourism buff and TIES member, I must say that your team took the hurt out of doing all the legwork to book my 3 days in Corcovado. I just got back home to Tahoe from a monster roadtrip that took me to the Responsible Tourism conference in Belize and as far as Nicaragua. I had hoped to reach Panama and visit CR again but just got warn out...and ran out of Pesos, Dollars, Cordoba, Quetzales, etc. I love to share my experiences and would be happy to chime in if my expertise is requested. For instance...what's the best place to take a nap or do some yoga at Tikal, Guatemala? (on top of the Castillo overlooking the Main Acropolis of course!)...or how do you climb a coconut tree and open up your prize? (you can email me for a link to a sweet video of the "Coconut Man" in Placencia, Belize for that one :) As a marketing consultant attempting to work full time in Ecotourism, my specialty is North and Central America. My suggestion may be a selfish one, but what about focusing on Latin America...or Central America. Of course, most of us active travelers are happy to hear the occasional off-topic fun stuff...like where to take a cooking class in Spain...but it seems like your customers and many contacts might find it more useful if there is a tighter focus. Aloha, Pete South Lake Tahoe, California, USA