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He had stood for some seconds on the headland above, with his aquiline profile under the Panama hat relieved against the sky and peering over the countryside before his companion had collected himself sufficiently to scramble up after him.
By this time the American admiral, O'Connor, was fully informed of the existence of the airships, and he was no longer vitally concerned for Panama, since the submarine flotilla was reported arrived there from Key West, and the Delaware and Abraham Lincoln, two powerful and entirely modern ships, were already at Rio Grande, on the Pacific side of the canal.
I was on the steamer Ecuadore from Panama to Guayaquil.
It was in the Australian Building at the Panama Pacific Exposition that I met him.
On the west, however, rise the Rocky Mountains, that immense range which, commencing at the Straights of Magellan, follows the western coast of Southern America under the name of the Andes or the Cordilleras, until it crosses the Isthmus of Panama, and runs up the whole of North America to the very borders of the Polar Sea.
No two marine faunas are more distinct, with hardly a fish, shell, or crab in common, than those of the eastern and western shores of South and Central America; yet these great faunas are separated only by the narrow, but impassable, isthmus of Panama.
where the trade-wind loses its regularity, and heavy torrents of rain fall periodically, the shores of the Pacific, so utterly desert in Peru, assume near Cape Blanco the character of luxuriance so celebrated at Guyaquil and Panama.
A number had gone to Panama, and four were talking of going to Ecuador to work in the shops of the railroad that ran over the Andes to Quito.
The constant communication, well chosen hotels, guest lecturers and the depth of the 'boots on the ground experience' from Jackie's life in Panama made the trip a worthwhile investment and fun.
Given the ongoing challenges faced with the expansion project and the pending centennial anniversary, this is an unprecedented opportunity to visit the Panama Canal at a very unique point in its history," said Scott Ludlum, founder and President of Panama Travel Consultants.
The United States established diplomatic relations with Panama in 1903 following its declaration of independence from Colombia.
Beforehand, the Panama Canal Authority (PCA) will deliver a recommendation to its board of directors which, if approved, will go before the government, which later would put a final draft before Congress.
The United States will take on Costa Rica, which is battling Panama for the other berth available in Carson, on Sunday afternoon.
This is a privatized company, the Government of Panama owns 49% of the shares);