'Quest for Adventure Cruise Ship' - Spirit of Central America
(Known as the 'Amazon' of the Costa Ricas )
Costa Rica's Rain Forest
Canopy Walk in the Rain forest
The Panama Canal
A 48 mile long ship canal that connects the Atlantic Ocean
to the Pacific Ocean, via the Caribbean Sea
Embera Indian village
Native Embera Indians with canoes
Chagres National Park
COIBA ISLAND PANAMA
In 2005 Coiba Island was listed by UNESCO
as a World Heritage Site.
Zodiac - Wet landing
Edge of the rain forest.
GOLFITO - COSTA RICA
The forests that surround Golfito now form part of the 'Golfito National Wildlife Refuge'.
One of the worlds few remaining sizeable areas of lowland tropical rain forest.
Osa Rescue Centre - rain forest
Osa Rescue Centre - Golfo Dulce
Spider monkey - Osa Rescue Centre
Scarlet Macaw - Osa Rescue Centre
A beautiful garden on the edge of the rain forest.
Situated on the Pacific coast, Acajutla is the principal sea port in El Salvador Sonsonate department.
Acajutla was only just beginning to emerge as a tourist destination.
The 'Quest for Adventure' was the only ship in 2012.
Transport in Acajutla
Musicians on the open top bus
A four mile fun ride from the port to the town - ducking the electricity cables.
Musicians posing for the camera!
Antigua was built on a site subject earthquakes and is dominated
by the silhouettes of three volcanoes -the Acatengo, Fuengo and Agua volcanoes
- the most active volcanoes in Central America.
Volcanoes surrounding Antigua
Woman shredding cabbage in the market
Maya street trader Antigua
Land farmed by the Maya people.
Each farmer owns one patch.
Maya woman selling textiles Antigua
One of the oldest cities in the Americas.
Listed a World Heritage Site in 1979.
Pelican on boat
View of the Bay
Boat - Tiger Island