Land of Time and Distance

There are places on earth which are mirror reflection of our paradise perception: crystal water, fabulous coral reefs and beaches, where cigarettes’ smoke dances in the rhythm of reggae and local citizens don’t even try to hide their dreadlocks under average Panama hat.

Nature fights with historical past to win travelers’ heart. In this encounter greenery faces the history of civilization, which long before invention of digital measuring technics, could describe distance and time, could determine it to an accuracy to the sixth decimal place yet not knowing such devices as watch or sandglass. This civilization used several calendars, was familiar with the concept of number zero, used vigesimal numeral system and left one of the biggest mysteries: why on earth their fascination of time came from and why description of it was so detailed?