Exploring the Back Roads of Pedasí

Beautiful place.

The #1 Itinerary

My soul was full of excitement. I have been traveling with my family so this opportunity to explore solo was something I had not done in  such a long time. I was on a expedition with nothing but my camera and myself. I saw a few signs pointing to a few beaches and I headed toward that direction.

Pedasi15 Photo Courtesy of Tony Polanco.

Before I could even leave the town square area, I noticed  a lot of mural art. The murals depicted Panamanian life and culture.

Pedasi13 Photo Courtesy of Tony Polanco.

There were wall paintings of  La Pollera which is a traditional folklore one-piece skirt that indigenous and African-descent Panamanian women wear in festivals and celebrations. These skirts are floral designed and reflects the intense feminism of the Panamanian women. There are so many variations of the pollera dress that it changes in each region of the country. I was…

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