Isla del Rey
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Photos Contributed by Charles and Susy Shirley
Shirley ECO Tours Panama


The majority of these photos were taken in San Miguel.  The island only has about 500 inhabitants, most direct
descendants of slaves from pearl diving days -- good people, very friendly and helpful.    There is one restaurant, and several small stores.  We went to the very tip of the island ... Punto Coco.  The police there said they have never seen any tourist, nor heard of any tourist ever wanting to go there.  They maintain an airfield built in the 40's which is in very good condition.


CZBrats
May 28, 1999

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The photographer retains all rights to these photographs. Reproduction without permmission is strictly forbidden. Should you wish to use, copy or publish any of these photographs elsewhere,  please contact  CZBrats.

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