Giving in to Instagram

I first heard about Instagram in late 2010 and swore I’d never use it. The photo filters seemed so unnecessary, and the few people I knew on it then were completely pretentious about their photo “skills.”

I gave in a few nights ago, thanks in large part to the insistence of my travel companions. I’ve changed my tune a bit and find it much easier to use than other social-media sites.

Documenting the trip will still take forever, but now I can share quick hits prior to my 400+ photo upload:

[Day 1] Taxi ride in downtown Panama City — Revolution Tower

[Day 2] Downtown PC, before the Canal and riding bikes down Amador Causeway

[Day 3] Water taxi dock in Bocas del Toro to Red Frog Beach

[Day 4] Hammock nap on Starfish Beach

[Day 5] Crossing the border into Costa Rica

[Day 6] Our own private spot at Punto Uva Beach, Costa Rica

[Day 7] Driving through the mountains to Boquete, Panama

[Day 8]Hiking through Landau Waterfalls in Boquete

[Day 9] Caldera Hot Springs in Boquete

[Day 10] Baha’i House of Worship in Panama City

Find Wittyburg on Instagram to see more — sometimes giving in can be a good thing.

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About Wittyburg

Sarcastic, sports-obsessed writer & FL native navigating SF.

6 responses to “Giving in to Instagram”

  1. bmo says :

    I am still amazed at all that we saw and did, this one goes down in history.

    • Wittyburg says :

      I am too — and so incredibly thankful that we managed to keep our sanity along the way (for the most part). My favorite trip abroad so far, I think 🙂

  2. Maggie May says :

    Great pictures! Can’t wait to hear all about your adventures!

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