Hostel Villa Michelle
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... the pub to try the locally brewed beer, ate and crashed.
The heat is unreal here we have never felt anything like it! We had no clothes for the hot weather or sun cream so after breakfast ad a dip in the 15th floor rooftop pool, we headed to a shopping mall. With handwritten directions we tried to navigate the streets of Panama City. The pavements are hard enough to walk on with rumble and ...
Acabo de cumplir un año viviendo y trabajando en la Ciudad de Panamá...no soy de aquí tampoco es mi primera vez viviendo en otro país pero es mi primera vez trabajando y viviendo en otro pais por 1 año!
I just made it though my first year living and working in Panama City. I´m not from here, it is not my first time living abroad but it is my first time living and working abroad for a year!
No enseña ingles como extranjera y no fue una transferencia de ...
... saw lots of interesting sites while in the city. Casco Vieja in the cities west side is a pretty peninsula filled with government buildings in colonial style and the presidents house, among museums and souvenir shops. We spent an afternoon wandering here, eating good food and great gelato! Wander too far in the wrong direction and you end up in the slums- We were careful! We took a bus to the main attraction, the Panama Canal. We went to the first ...
... from Ancon Hill, we continued on to Mi Pueblito. This is a site which was created to highlight three of the ancestries that make up the history of Panama. There are replicas of three kinds of villages: “Interior” (countryside) which mostly means colonial European, West Indian, and indigenous (Cuna tribe). These replicas show what buildings would have been found in these respective Panamanian towns in past centuries, as well as a look ...
... rights to control the Panama Canal. It was not until 1999 that Panama regained control and became the largest fastest-growing economy in Central America. Many Panamanians receive a pension from the US government for their help in building the Canal.
It was more interesting to read about it than to see it since the canal is just too massive of a project to capture in a photograph. But besides that we had a great time in Casco Viejo.