Photos from our bike ride in hot,dry David, Panama

We  hopped on our bikes this morning and had a great time right around our neighborhood stopping for photo ops.  We have about one more month of very dry weather before everything greens up, but it’s nice to see that the flowers are blooming in spite of the dryness. I thought you might like to see a little bit of what we have here in our neighborhood.  Enjoy!



Cuba Photos, #3

More Cuba photos…


Impressions of Cuba, Some photos

We visited Cuba February 17-23, 2017. Loved it and the people.

Here I’ve assembled some of my favorite shots. Many are of street art which I found interesting and inspiring.

Click on the photos to enlarge them.

I will be posting more later, this is a test run, I have a sore throat and it’s been a long day:)





How to get answers to your questions quickly-a repost from The Panama Adventure

I happened across this cool site! It shows people how to do a google search. I know it’s kind of snarky but I still love it. What kind of money does Panama use? Is it hot in Panama? Cool huh? And, a couple favorites that bring quite a bit of traffic to […]

via Let Me Google That For You — The Panama Adventure

Some good info on David, Panama

As 2016 draws to a close I decided to write a short post for those considering the area.

I stumbled on this site, liked their honest evaluation of the area, and decided it was worth a link. I agree with most of the opinions although I think that saying that the temperature is from 73 to the high nineties isn’t what I’ve experienced. Pleasant temps in the mid 80’s are my norm in the rainy season and 94 in the dry with 2 days at 100 right at the end.  I understand that the mid-80s are still too hot for many people but I want to clear that up.

Thoughts upon returning to the US after 5 years in Korea

I could write about my own experience’s going back to the states but this was so well done I decide to add a link so the reader could get a take on what it’s like for another person to return to the states after an extended stay overseas. I  have lived overseas many different times for many years  and have after having returned to the states can certainly understand the various feelings this writer is talking about, perhaps you can get a better idea of what it’s like. What happened.

He had changed but the place was  pretty much the same-and no one who hasn’t traveled can quite “get” how the returning person feels or even why they traveled or would even the want to leave the USA, friends and relatives and all the USA has to offer again.

If anybody would like to comment on this side be interested in reading the comment and responding if you’d like.

Later, j

This blog is inactive….

For some reason people still sign up to follow my blog, I really don’t know why being that I haven’t posted in quite a while. I’m not active on the blog and don’t look forward to being active in the future. I suggest  that if you actually want to learn a bit more about anymore see some pictures or just generally entertain yourself that you follow my wife’s blog. Her name is Kris Cunningham and she runs the Panama Aventure blog. She remains quite active as  it is current on names and numbers of helpful people should you need that information. If you want to go back in time and read my blog, knock your self out but don’t hold your breath waiting for me to write too much more 🙂

If you’re headed here to Panama  I wish you good luck and perhaps we’ll run into each other when you get here.