YOU can do anything, Vinnie. Although it is rainy in June. The coldest I have ever been, in my entire life, was on the Chagres River in June. Here's more of the road from Cuango to Cocuye. They grow some low-land coffee. The people who live there travel by horse. Sometimes it is better to go through the water than go over the brid You will fall in love with the women very carefully. The women are very different from the ones in Yavisa. It is far from Cuango to Porto Bello. You can not drive faster than 50 kph, and the speedo on the defender broke several years ago (not unlike the speedo on my GS), so you might as well hydrate and try to cool off before you hit the road. I leave you with some Ypeti Kuna. These women live near Torti, way over on the Pacific side, on the Panamericana. Is it just me, or is the girl on the left absofuckinglutely gorgeous? You can't see it in the photo, but she has a small piece of gold in her nose.