Life and Style
Ho Hum - my vacation has now ended. I leave tomorrow to return back to the States. Overall, it was an excellent adventure. Being an urbanite, I had thought Panama City would be the favorite of the 3 towns that I had visited. Well, it was not.
This is something I found rather funny. A member of our vacation group brought with him his housekeys. Okay - yes, you locked up your house before leaving for the airport, so of course, you would have your housekeys with you - I understand this. But what is funny and peculiar is that he brought it with him on our outings and excursions.
I received this email from a friend who received a memoir from another friend (an Aussie) who spent 18 months living and working in Shanghai, China. This is his experience living in the Far East! It's a fascinating read about life in China from the perspective of a Westerner.
Bocas del Toro is a province on the northeast coast of Panama. The capital is the city of Bocas del Toro, found on the island of Colon. It is a small city with a world-renowned tourist resort touching the Caribbean Sea. The population of the province numbers some 89,300 people.
Of course one cannot visit Panama without seeing the 8th Engineering Wonder of the World - the Canal. It is a Must-See, a Must-Go! The Canal fuels the country's economy therefore making water as Panama's greatest commodity.
The swirl has taken a trip to the southernmost country of Central America - Panama. Located on an isthmus connecting North and South America, Panama borders Costa Rica to the northwest and Colombia to the southwest.
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