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What's Going on in Panama City?

Want to get a good idea about what life in Panama City is like? Check out the following blogs!


Habla Ya Panama Spanish School Blog

From Habla Ya's Blog: Why should Habla Ya have a Blog? This is a question that I have been asking myself a lot rather lately and although I think I still do not have the "correct" answer I do feel I'm getting there. At Habla Ya we want to offer the best Spanish learning EXPERIENCE and with EXPERIENCE we mean lots of things. With a Blog we'll be able to share with people from all over the world the EXPERIENCE that our students are currently LIVING at our Spanish schools in Boquete, Bocas del Toro and Panama City, Panama. For now, the Habla Ya EXPERIENCE will be the main theme of our Blog.
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PANAMA-GUIDE.com

Panama Guide is the #1 English Language web site about the Republic of Panama. There are currently 8,582 articles in our ever-expanding database and we update daily so check back often. Last month an average of 5,177 people visited Panama-Guide.com every day to follow current events and to use the other resources available. We provide English language Panama news as well as information about all of the other things you need to know if you plan to visit or live here. We focus on those topics and issues which are of greatest importance to the English speaking expatriate community. And if you can't find what you need to know, we take requests. Welcome aboard, and tell your friends.
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PTY LIFE

I first visited in Panama when I was 18 in 2009 with a Panamanian friend that was studying abroad at my college in Louisville, Kentucky. Driving from Panama's Tocumen International Airport into the city was a mighty skyline of glistening glass skyscrapers and construction cranes. I was instantly intrigued as to how a third world country could look like this. The 15 days I spent there were a whirlwind from the second I landed. My friend immediately took me out to a chic nightclub on Calle Uruguay that was then called The Loft where we bought cheap bottles of Absolut. We then had a 6am flight to Bocas del Toro that we almost missed because of the previous night's party. The flight ended up being on “Panama Time” so everything worked out. In Bocas I drank Cerveza Panama for the first time while I waded in turquoise Caribbean water on a deserted island. From Bocas I went to the chilly mountains in Boquete where Panama's coffee and produce is grown and then headed back to the city. I then booked three more trips to Panama and then finally moved on July 4, 2011 (I know it's ironic to move from the U.S. on the 4th of July but flights were cheaper) with my dog Riley to finish my final two years of college in Panama.
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Permanently Panama

Permanently Panama is your guide to "living better" in Panama– providing action-oriented advice & motivation on everything from earning income to creating a life of freedom and adventure.
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Panama Dude

I hail from the frozen tundras of Canada, where like many other Canadians I was forced to hibernate for months on end, filling my belly with stews, heavy soups and other comfort foods to gain necessary fats to keep warm. One day, my wife drugged me and I woke up in Panama. So here I am, making the best of things. Okay, my name is Al and writing is one of my passions, along with baseball – and using dashes to break up run on sentences. I've written screenplays, short stories, web content, corporate communications and technical documentation. Oh, and some songs to my wife but they're not very good…or romantic…or…good.
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Panama Daze

Life since I got here has been about adjusting to different conditions, doing things a different way, shifting my way of thinking. We (the mouse in my pocket and the editor in my head) have a few favorite topics. Fun with Spanish: It's soooo easy to embarrass yourself when speaking a new language, and often so very funny if you look at life that way. I love the taste of words, which often makes trouble for me even in my native tongue.
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The Panama News

he Panama News is for the most part a volunteer organization.
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The Panama Report

Panama Real Estate, information about Panama Travel and Panama Vacation Investment opportunities.
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Panama for Real

My name's Chris Powers. I was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but grew up, mostly, in South Florida. The Oakland Park, Fort Lauderdale area. Life's adventures have moved me to San Diego, California, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Anchorage, Alaska, Chicago (and the suburbs), Illinois, and Columbus, Ohio. Now I'm living in Panama City, Panama, where I've been for going on four years. I started Panama For Real because I'd spent time traveling around Panama for a successful online publisher based here in Panama, and I just felt that there was a wider audience for this info. Not only the wealthy should benefit from insider information. I'm here and I'm learning new stuff all the time, so why not share that with others dreaming of making the same move.
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Panama for Beginners

Hey everyone, I'm Mike, a 28 year old American expat who has been living in Panama City since February 2014 with my Panamanian-American wife. Even though my wife was from Panama and I had been visiting for years, I was still in for a big culture shock.
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Along the Gringo Trail

We moved our lives to Panama on Sept. 3rd, 2011 for an early retirement. Please come along with us on our crazy adventures. Since this is a personal blog if you have ever been a part of our lives you may be mentioned here. The names have not been changed to protect the innocent. Please keep reading and hope you enjoy!
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