So weâ€™re safe and sound in Panama AND we finally have re-claimed the vehicles. What do we do next, why not try some kiteboarding. Luckily, our new friend Itzick Lalo, of Machete Kiteboarding was up for giving us a lesson or two.
Tag Archives: Wind
The Day the Wind Died
February 19, 2009 – 12:11 pm
By Craig Johnson | Posted in Action Sports, Central America, New Photos, Panama | Also tagged beaches, kiteboarding, machete kiteboarding, Panama, punta chame, sunsets, water sports | Comments (0)
Photo of the Week- Puerto Natales
November 28, 2008 – 6:27 pm
f you ever doubted that Patagonia was amongst one the windiest places on earth, this photo should put your mind to rest. The photo was taken whilst we were in Puerto Natales waiting for the Navimag ferry to take us further north in Chile. On this particular day, the wind was so strong it managed to pick up our tent and blow it over the two meter barbed wire fence into the neighbors yard, shredding the outer material to pieces. A tent weighs nearly nothing, however the tent was not only pegged but also tied down, as well as weighted with a few packs and some bedding, which also managed to get a little tattered.
By Laura Sutton | Posted in Chile, Photo of the Week | Also tagged patagonia, Puerto Natales, Tent | Comments (0)