Because we’ve now transited the Panama Canal many times, it is no longer an all-attention-consuming event. We now tend to sleep our normal 8 hours rather than set the alarm to arise at the first light of day. We no longer have our noses plastered to the windows, or cameras attached to our hands, or layers of sunscreen to protect us from 8 hours of exposure to the sun.
Today, we awoke while sailing thru the first approach channel. I took some photos from our cabin as we transited the Gatun Locks. We ate lunch while sailing across Gatun Lake. At this moment in time, we are transiting the Miraflores Locks and will soon be on our way to Fuerte Amador, the port city for Panama City.
Please read the blog from 1/14/2018 for more photos and details.
Meanwhile, here are the photos taken from our cabin this morning: