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We were recently invited up to some of the highest floors in one of the swanky hotels in El Cangrej. This is a neighbourhood that many people feel is the eye of PTY night life with its many hotels, casinos and restaurants. We were … Continue reading
Meet the new addition to our family. El Señor la Cafetera is the fourth to grace this very spot. He’s a handsome fellow, doesn’t spill his goods all over the place, he was half price at DO IT Center and he’s … Continue reading
Dos Gatos know SU has taken fish out for supper and prepare to wait him out. I am mildly tolerant of counter lounging. SU however is greatly amused at the antics of Dos Gatos as they attempt to look uninterested in … Continue reading
or·nate: made in an intricate shape or decorated with complex patterns Panameño artisans make wonderful clay pots and decorative items but just outside of Penenome there is a shop that imports Mexican pottery and other household items. I don’t think the Panamanian … Continue reading
About as monochromatic as you can get on a grey and rainy day…in the campo. See other interpretations of this week’s photo challenge theme here.
We’re finally getting some much-needed rain. I’ve learned that happiness and gratitude are not about one good day. It’s difficult be truly grateful until you’ve experienced bad days and adversities that teach you to appreciate what you have. So today my good day is the … Continue reading
As part of this week’s photo challenge participants demonstrated what inspired our photos. My reply in my post yesterday was that all I usually had to do was to look around me. The conclusion of yesterday’s inspiration began early this morning and took … Continue reading
I can usually manage to entertain myself by observing the world around me and trying to make every day occurrences interesting enough to make the day worthwhile. Some days something as simple as a news item or a little quote that … Continue reading
I’m in Canada visiting for a few weeks and it’s difficult not to draw comparisons between the two countries that I call home. For instance, one of the myriad of complaints I hear about Panama is about litter. As a passenger while … Continue reading