Panama in June w/ the inlaws? Will rain dampen our spirits?
This was Bocas del Toro and Panama City.
Bottom line, bring a book, find a bunch of indoor activities in case it does rain.
When it doesn't it's a very precious place.
Good news. YOu can stay in Panama city for three days to see the canal, et all, and a lot of things can be gotten to by cab and are indoors. Casco Viego, no, but there should be some dry times to see that.
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