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Tag Archives: Retirement in Panama
I was in my late 40’s before I decided that maybe coffee wasn’t as bitter-tasting as I thought it was. Like my mother, I was a tea drinker up until then. I still enjoy tea at least once a day … Continue reading
All our discontents about what we want appeared to spring from the want of thankfulness for what we have. ~ Daniel Defoe ~
There was a little dust-up…in the campo.
I think they’re saying; “Move along, nothing to see here.” Then when our backs are to them, they eat the palm trees…in the campo.
The first part of the theme for Photo 101 today is both a noun and a verb. Edge (n): the outside limit, area, or surface; a place or part farthest away from the center of something. Edge (v): give with … Continue reading
A reader sent me a newsletter from a site that he subscribes to as part of his research for his retirement and asked me to comment on it. I am always somewhat dubious about how honest the information is on websites that … Continue reading
Once again the video today is by Rick Mercer, the entertaining voice of Canadian reason. This one is for readers M & B who are questioning their own sanity south of the border. I love my Newfie home boy…in the campo.
The Monday of Carnaval is traditionally the day of the Peleas de Gallos. This is something that we forgot about until our after dinner stroll. We (I’m using the Royal “We” here) have never witnessed one of these events however; … Continue reading
The saying goes “When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.” In Panama there are many lemon days to flip around and see the bright side on. One of those days was Friday. But the precursor day was Thursday, as it falls on … Continue reading
We’re on day 3.5 of Caranaval 2016. So far the noise hasn’t bothered us and we’re sleeping with our windows open. But last night I woke to hear this…in the campo.