Colorful paintings on feathers.
We motorsailed from Cartagena, Colombia to the border of Panama.
We were boarded by the Colombian Armada three times within a few hours near the border town of Sapzurro.
The young men came aboard and looked around and asked a few questions.
Creating a mosaic sidewalk to look just like the walkways in Copacabana, Brazil.
One piece of tile at a time. Tedious work.
Steve and I had a cold Balboa beer while we tried out his drone camera for the first time.
Steve setting up the drone to fly.
Construction of a new deck just outside the public bathrooms and shower, where we got our water on Ustupu.
The trash is so thick you can walk on it.
The trash doesn't stop the kids from playing, though. This one was flying a little kite made from a plastic bag, while sitting in a dugout on a beach littered with garbage, much of it plastic.
Jason admiring the trader boat, especially the topless figurehead on top.
These are the 'commercial' fish for sale.....still pretty tiny...
Back in Sapzurro, a fancy wood beach bar/restaurant surprised us.