TIP stands for “This Is Panama!” Anytime things don’t go as planned, you’ll hear people says it’s a TIP!
A “TIP” is exactly what happened on Saturday when we had our weekly “Expats in Panama” conference call to interview Phil and Gloria who live next to the beach in Playa Uverito near Las Tablas. (See their views and some of Phil’s artwork in the photo to the right) On Saturday they had a big storm then lost their electricity. If you don’t have electricity in Panama you also lose your internet connection on your computer. So, they were not able to call in for the conference call. TIP!
Instead, I switched gears real fast and turned the call, with 263 people on the line, into a Q & A Conference Call. Listen to the replay below.
I’ve rescheduled Phil and Gloria for June 6th at 5pm Central.
On Saturday, May 30th, I’ll interview a man who has lived in Panama City for about 16 years. The call starts at 5pm Central.
It’s a big decision to relocate to Panama. We know you have SO MANY questions and that could never be answered during a one hour conference call. The two best ways to get answers to ALL your questions, even the questions you don’t know that you need to ask, are with our new online Complete Panama Relocation Guide or a 6-day 7-night all-inclusive Panama Relocation Tour. We’ve been helping people relocate to Panama since 2010 and have become the Retire in Panama Experts. We have the experience you can trust and need when making a decision to relocate to Panama.
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After reviewing all the information in The Guide, we still recommend that you visit Panama before you make a final decision to relocate to Panama. The Guide contains details about the best places to live including the pros and cons of each to help you decide which area is best for you. As much as I love living in Panama, I know it’s not right for everyone.
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