I though I had lost this pics, fortunately I was wrong. For those of you our there that enjoy traveling next year you might be interested in scheduling this trip. Boquete Flower & Coffee Fair take place in January. I was blessed with a private visit to the fair the day after. It granted me…
One of the great things about the city is the constant sight of it’s skyline.
Las week I decided to surprise Munchkin, once ready for school I requested he changed. Confused, he followed instructions. I got him in the car and away we went.
First stop the Esquina de las Piñas, Pineapple Corner, we planted these first pineapples bout 2 years ago, and now we have big and juicy pineapples. Will pick one up for tomorrows breakfast.
Over the years one of my favorite places to visit is Isla Grande, off the Caribbean coast in Colon. You just have to take a 8 min boat ride from La Guaira and you find yourself in a tiny paradise.
One of the things I must say I love about living in a concrete jungle are the unexpected surprises it provides. Walking towards the park we bumped into this. I’ve been trying to find these spotless creatures. If you have any idea what they may be, please let us know.
Panama City at night, pictures courtesy of one of my favorite friends El Ñeque.
El Arco Chato in Casco Viejo, Panama
1673 the Spaniards settled in Casco Viejo after Morgan burned down Panama La Vieja. It’s usually the first stop for tourist that get to visit it’s churches, plazas and museums which are perfect for a day stroll as you get an opportunity to appreciate…