Quick trip to Panama
A Quick trip to Panama
In September, AMPATH was invited to present at the
PANNET Conference on
Internet2 and virtual environments. Before catching the plane home, my
boss and I went on a tour of Panama City, and of course, we had to go see the
Canal! Here are the few pictures - unfortunately, it was raining most of the
More specifics on the Panama Canal - how it works, etc. - can
be found at the
Official Panama Canal Home Page
That's Julio, with the
skyline of Panama City behind him.
This was taken at Casco Viejo, the second-oldest part of Panama City.
This row of trees is
the same length and width apart as
the locks of the Panama Canal. Seems narrow, doesn't it?
The Panama Canal
Office. The row of trees (above, right)
was directly behind me as I took this photo.
Miraflores Locks - the
closest locks to Panama City,
and the entry point from the Caribbean to the Canal. Unfortunately, we
were not there in time to see a ship going through the locks.