Ali and Dilshad like to travel to off the beaten path places; one such recent visit was to Panama (for a wedding), when they visited the Kuna Yala region; which is home to the Kuna Yala people, that are trying hard to still live their traditional lifestyle.
Their lifestyle appears difficult (no electricity, no running water, sewage); but they seemed to be happy and thriving living on beautiful islands in the Caribbean Sea
Please check out their visit captured on their Travelog at http://alikarimtravelog.com/category/central-america/panama-feb-2017/
Honest feedback is always welcome on the Travelog site
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