Panamá is good for one thing for sure…eating. Although this country has diverse eateries representing several countries, I want to begin with a local and historical restaurant: Café Coca Cola. Café Coca Cola is the oldest restaurant in Panamá. The building, which was built in the late 1800s, sits at what is considered the beginning … Continue reading Best of Panamanian Food: The Most Historical Restaurant
Parts of an older part of Panamá are still standing in an area called Casco Viejo (Old Quarter). If you’d like to learn what Panamá Viejo is and how these ruins came to be, click here. Otherwise, the remainder of what you’re about to read is based on my observation about these remains. Some remains … Continue reading Ruins (Casco, Viejo, Panamá
Last weekend, Dwight and I went to Playa Blanca to celebrate my birthday. From breakfast to dinner…from the beach to the pool, we were stared at, and I didn’t understand why. Even though we were surrounded by brown people, their eyes were glued on us as if they were observing aliens. It was the look … Continue reading ¡Gringos!
“You’re staying here for 30 days?” Daniel, our personal transport driver asked. Then, he said, “That’s a month. Why? What are you doing here for a month?” That’s when I knew Panamá was a little odd. What kind of citizen of a country, state, or city doesn’t think their country or city is fabulous? If … Continue reading Panamerica…I mean Panamá
Dwight and I are in Panamá now. Here’s how we did it: Continue reading How to Travel from Costa Rica to Panamá