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Life in Panama
April 8, 2017
Chiriqui Feline Rescue
“A safe haven for endangered wild cats” Linda Weldon has a passion for saving endangered wild cats, especially ocelots.  I spoke with her about her feline sanctuary in Chiriqui,...
February 7, 2017
Popular Fast-Food Restaurants on the Rise in Panama
I found this announcement in a Texas newspaper on October 28, 2016: “The US fast food company Wingstop has announced that the franchise has plans to open 30 stores in Panama...
what does it really take to move overseas
December 30, 2016
Move to Panama With These Tips
This article was written from Ross Campbell who moved from the USA to Panama City Panama in 2015.  Ross shares his advice for anyone considering a move to Panama....
surfing in Panama
August 3, 2016
11 Most Popular Outdoor Adventures in Panama
By Debbie Fishell With a year round tropical climate and so much diversity from the mountains to the beaches, Panama is a perfect setting for incredible outdoor adventures. Whether...
Coiba Island National Park Panama
August 3, 2016
Coiba Island National Marine Park – A Dark Past with a Bright Future
By Debbie Fishell Frommer’s calls Coiba Island “one of the 500 places to see before they disappear”.The uninhabited Coiba National Park (Nacional Parque Coiba) is 80% ocean and contains...
live for less in panama
July 24, 2016
Live for Less In Panama
Updated February 2021 About a year ago I wrote an article about the many ways I live for less in Panama compared to what it cost to live in...
Advice for Panama Expats
July 10, 2016
How to Be a Good Expat in Panama
I asked one of my Panamanian friends. Mimi Stewart, to share her advice about how you can be a good expat in Panama.  Mimi was a Panamanian expat living...
i love panama
June 20, 2016
Panama Is For You
“We have everything God needed to make paradise. Great farming, beaches, mountains, wildlife you wouldn’t believe, people so beautiful you could cry.” – John Le Carré (The Tailor of...
Rainy Season in Panama
May 6, 2016
7 Tips for Adjusting to the Rainy Season in Panama
There are only two seasons in Panama – the dry season and the rainy season.  The temperature doesn’t change much but the amount of rain and wind do. The...