· August, 2006

Stories about Panama from August, 2006

Global Food Blog Report #29

  28 August 2006

#1: Maika's Blog on Haitian Food: "Griot" (pronounced: greee-yo ) a popular Haitian original.  Which is fried pork shoulder accompanied with a spicy hot as habanero cole slaw like condiment called “Picklese” (s pronounced like a z).  And served with a side of fried flatten green plaintain "bunan passe" (...

Panama: How to Travel in Panama

15 August 2006

Jenny Carrasquillo wrote a blog post on a subject that most people don't talk about… How to Travel In Panama…good advice, really interesting. Business people investing in Panama and general tourists will appreciate what this article has to offer specially if you're a Real Estate investor which spends a lot...

Panama: Donald Trump's Panama

  15 August 2006

The Panama Real Estate blog has an interesting article about how Donald Trump has fallen so much in love with Panama that he is building a $220 Million, 65 story (2.4 Million square foot) hotel/condo monoliths called the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel & Tower in a posh Panama City...

Panama: Songwriter Interview

  14 August 2006

Butter has an interesting short interview with the Panamanian songwriter Gonzalo Horna, where Horna explains a little history about the Butterfest and the next step in his carreer as a songwriter.

Pana-Blogs Report

  9 August 2006

#1: Tatiana Salazar visits Chicá, Parque Nacional de Campana (ES): Chicá is close to the Parque Nacional de Campana, a national ecological reserve with excellent weather, great roads, and a marvelous landscape. ANAM (Autoridad Nacional del Ambiente) has cabins for rent and the area is excellent for camping. Anyone interested?...

Panama: The Butterfest

  2 August 2006

Eric Levy has built the reputation of a very popular and smart Geek in Panama. The Jewish, Panamanian comic-book creator has developed a new event that started almost 5 years ago in his backyard…known as the Butterfest. Tonight the Butterfest is turning into a commercial endeavour for Eric. Visit the...

Pana-Blogs Report

  1 August 2006

#1: Chiriqui Chatter: "US Consular Outreach Happened" Michelle Javor, Vice Consul – Chief, American Citizens Services and Mayra Luaces, Foreign Service National Supervisor, met with a large group of US citizens at the first US Consular Outreach in David, Chiriquí last Friday. I would estimate that there were over 20...

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