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== Personal Experiences ==
 
== Personal Experiences ==
 
:''I wasn't so lucky, and the immigration official asked me for a ticket proving that I was leaving Panama. He told me to go buy a 25 dollar ticket from Panama City to San Jose. Instead I went into an internet cafe and made a fake ticket that convinced him I was flying back to Chicago from Panama City. Crashed at plenty of fire stations, and got a discount on a boat cruise to Colombia, but you can do better...''-[[User:Chael777|Chael777]]
 
:''I wasn't so lucky, and the immigration official asked me for a ticket proving that I was leaving Panama. He told me to go buy a 25 dollar ticket from Panama City to San Jose. Instead I went into an internet cafe and made a fake ticket that convinced him I was flying back to Chicago from Panama City. Crashed at plenty of fire stations, and got a discount on a boat cruise to Colombia, but you can do better...''-[[User:Chael777|Chael777]]
 
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:"In Panama is easy to ride, mostly all the pickup cars will just stop. And if you get sick of waiting for a ride all the buses will be slowing down near the place you try to hitchhike and invite you in, for a cheaper price."-[[User:ajeremias|ajeremias]]
 
== Cities ==
 
== Cities ==
 
<map lat='8.4' lng='-80' zoom='7' view='0' country='Panama' float='right' width='600'/>
 
<map lat='8.4' lng='-80' zoom='7' view='0' country='Panama' float='right' width='600'/>

Revision as of 15:17, 26 January 2014

Flag of Panama Panama
Information
Language: Spanish
Capital: Panama City
Population: 3,309,679
Currency: Balboa (PAB) and/or U.S. dollar (USD)
Hitchability: <rating country='pa' />
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Hitchhikers Katja and Augustas on the road in Panama.

Panama is a country in Central America where hitchhiking happens most readily. Roads north of Panama city are brilliant. Roads to the south are atrocious, and worsen as you approach Yavisa. Hitch-hiking is called viajar a lift, you can say you are buscando un lift hacia... (looking for a lift towards...).

Panama has borders with Costa Rica to the North and Colombia to the South. However, there are no roads to Colombia. To get to Colombia see the article on the Darien Gap

Personal Experiences

I wasn't so lucky, and the immigration official asked me for a ticket proving that I was leaving Panama. He told me to go buy a 25 dollar ticket from Panama City to San Jose. Instead I went into an internet cafe and made a fake ticket that convinced him I was flying back to Chicago from Panama City. Crashed at plenty of fire stations, and got a discount on a boat cruise to Colombia, but you can do better...-Chael777
"In Panama is easy to ride, mostly all the pickup cars will just stop. And if you get sick of waiting for a ride all the buses will be slowing down near the place you try to hitchhike and invite you in, for a cheaper price."-ajeremias

Cities

<map lat='8.4' lng='-80' zoom='7' view='0' country='Panama' float='right' width='600'/>

wikipedia:Panama