The last days of travel are always a bit off. You want to make the most of it, yet your nose is pointing homeward. Taking in new and exiting memories is often blurred by last resort souvenir hunts. If you're in Panama city in October/November however, you just need to look up while sipping away that last cocktail. The masse raptor migration can blacken the sky. And so on November 2nd, the last day of traveling Panama, we could see many thousands of vultures and hawks on the wing from our rooftop bar (pool included of course). A long belt of birds traced from west to east. At certain points in the sky a thermal whirlpool of birds was rising in the air. That day observers on Cerro Ancon, counted a little over 2.1 million raptors flying over. While most citizens of Panama City take the raptor migration for granted, it sure is a treat for those who visit. In that urban jungle, with our bags packed, we got more than a little reminder of the overwhelming natural beauty that Panama has to offer.