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Dispatch from Panama: See Bass

Posted by Tom Haines, Globe Travel Writer  February 25, 2008 09:03 AM

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Daybreak in the Pacific waters near Puerto Pedregal. Cranes and crocodiles and fishermen motoring and paddling in among the mangroves and broader channels leading from the Rio Chiriqui to the sea.

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At the center of the working port, a single dockside restaurant, and ceviche made from raw corvina, a type of sea bass.

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Photos: Essdras M Suarez/Boston Globe

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