Panama Center Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dear family and friends, After 5 nights on Lago de Atitlan it was time to say goodbye to Guatemala and make our way to El Salvador. Jules, Marc and I got up super early to get a shuttle to Antigua, from where we would take another shuttle to El Tunco, El Salvador. When we got on the shuttle in Antigua we recognised Dave - the kiwi guy we had met briefly on one of our nights out in Antigua a week or so earlier. He was there with his girlfriend Amy, who we did not meet on that ...
As part of my experience with AFS in Panama we have meetings with the other voluntary workers. These meetings are called orientations. We already had one in Penonome after our first month in Panama. Now we had our mid-stay orientation in Panama-City. It's crazy it doesn’t feel like 6 months yet!
The orientation was from Monday to Thursday. It took place in the AFS Hostel in Panama-City. Finding my way there was quite troubling for me. In ...
... God has made the mission part of this trip to be so phenominal and filled with love and joy some of us don't even want to leave, but we know that we will have to on Saturday. Our trip is not over just yet though, we still have tomorrow and even though we are not serving the community we can still be lights for Christ in what we do.
Goodnight and See you soon!
Please check out the videos of us Salsa Dancing-You may see someone you know!
... fact and 12th biggest in the world. It has 12 zoned entrances and areas and employs over 10,000 people (the same amount of people working on the Panama Canal). Despite having over 550 stores, all we bought was a coffee and a doughnut.
We had a late dinner at La Tasca de Durán, a Spanish tapas restaurant. A small selection of Patacones rellenos and some little chorizo sausages cooked in Jerez sherry washed down with ice cold beer was delicious.
... was American, no exceptions. Everyone's first language was english. Here, although the classes are in english, most of the students prefer spanish. So if you are in class and you have to discuss something or ask a question to another student, they are almost always speaking spanish. Any topic, from intramural sports, psychology, physics, going out, teachers, anything. Its all in spanish. So get to practicing.
Step 3 is to ...