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Hi! My name is Robin Castro and I am a Licensed Translator/'Interpretor for the Republic of Panama. I can translate all kinds of documents in all kinds of fields. Legal, Financial, Medical etc. as well as assist as an interpreter if needed. My area of expertise is English/Spanish and vice ...
92. The Produce Market
Have you been to the produce market in Panama City? For me, this is one of the best things about living in Panama. You can buy some of the freshest produce you've ever seen, literally right off the truck, for very low prices. It's an amazing place. Below is a ...
93. Coffee Geishas Flourishing in Panama Highlands
By Mike Power BOQUETE, Panama (Reuters) - Panama's little-known geishas are slender, exotic and seductive, and they flourish in the cool mountain air of its western highlands. Original article available at: http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=ourWorldNews&storyID=8565677
94. Panameñisima Reina Negra Queen Pageant
You are cordially invited to attend the 28th year of the Panameñisima Reina Negra (Black Panamanian Queen) Pageant. This cultural and artistic activity will be held on January 22nd at 8:00 PM at Mi Pueblito Antillano.
95. Fine Art Show - Painter Ricardo Celma
This July 21st, a premier Art Exhibit and reception will take place in ' ArtAmericas ', featuring the artwork of the famous Argentinian painter Ricardo Celma. This will be his first exhibit in Panama.
96. THE NEW YEAR'S EVE DINE & DANCE CRUISE!!
I have been asked by Laura Alexander from the Expats in Panama organization to send this message to various forums and members of various organization. Please do not write back to me at this email address inquiring for information or making reservations. I will not respond from this address. Please ...
97. Tucan, Baby Boomers, and Panama...
La Prensa just did another article on the influx of retirees coming into Panama. This article focused on the Tucan Country Club and Resort (a PG sponsor). A translation into English is below, followed by the original in Spanish.
98. Will Panama Qualify for the World Cup?
The Panamanian national team has never made it this far into the qualifying rounds before. In other words, they are closer now to making an appearance in the World Cup than they have ever been in history. If you saw the game against Mexico, you witnessed what will forever be ...
99. New visa law, BAD news for Panama!
Hello friends! Since posting my previous comments, I have done some research to possibly find other alternatives than Panama for my future. I quickly came up with two: 1. Bahamas. Any tourist are allowed to stay there up till 8 months of the year without anything else than a tourist ...
100. Yet Another Panama Travel Article - Conde Nast's ...
This one was sent to me by friends who are planning to visit later this year. I haven't read it yet because it is very very long. A quick scan indicates it includes an article with the new Minister of Tourism, Ruben Blades, a trip to Isla las Perlas, a ...
101. Basic Information about Panama and its people
Here's some really basic demographic information, taken from a recent poll.
102. New DGi requirements
Have you seen the new cash registers in the grocery store yet? Do you have a business operating in Panamá? You probably have to get one. If you are the owner of an entity that is operating a business in Panamá, be sure to contact your Panamanian accountant to learn ...
103. ATM Machines
The many ATM machines found all over the capital city have made Panama living much more convenient for folks like me who prefer to have their retirement checks go to a US bank. Where it used to take a minimum of three weeks (15 working days, and Saturdays don't count) ...
104. NOVEMBER 20TH OWNER’S REPORT ON NAOS HARBOUR ISLAND ...
I intended to write this note last week but, being in this wonderful country on a mixed-purpose trip of business + pleasure, it took me a while to get to it. Anyway, as a pre-amble, to introduce ourselves, my wife Elizabeth and I have both been, for over 25 years, ...
105. Horoscope for the Week of April 5 to ...
ARIES: There is a lot of baby potential brewing in the darkness of your psyche, Aries. It’s like a seed germinating in the depths of the dark, dark earth; very fragile but full of great possibility. Take care of your baby seed; send it positive thoughts and lots of love ...
106. Bocas del Toro, Believe It or Not!
By DON KING for Panama-Guide.com - The Caribbean town of Bocas del Toro, Panama is unique in many interesting ways. First of course is the name Bocas del Toro or “Mouth of the Bull.” We residents have to be glad that Panama is a Spanish-speaking country and not English-speaking. It ...
107. Mall Group Launches "Los Faros de Panama" Project
Panama is a very safe country for business, according to Spanish businessman Julio Noval, the President of Grupo Mall. Today they held a ceremony to lay the cornerstone of a new project called The Lighthouses of Panama (Los Faro's de Panama) which will be some of the tallest buildings in ...
108. Retirees Find More for Less in Panama
Pulled this from the Americans_In_Panama Yahoo Groups Site: February 2, 2005 - LA Times Retirees Find More for Less in Panama By Chris Kraul, Times Staff Writer Tax breaks, lower prices and a laid-back lifestyle draw a growing community of Americans to one of the nation's small towns.
109. Green Urania moth - Thanks for all your ...
Thanks alot for all your answers about my "butterfly" question. The other day, I was looking out the window and saw ONE BIRD eat four of them in one swoop. There sure are a lot of them, and know I know they're moths, not butterflies. Thanks, again...
110. Cabrera Named to Head ETESA
President Torrijos named Pastor Aderito Cabrera as the new President of the Board of Directors of the state-owned Electrical Transmission Company (Etesa). Cabrera, who is currently the head of the office of energy of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) replaces in that position the Minister of the Presidency, Real Ubaldino, ...
111. Art Mokray's Newsletter (Cayuco Race 2005)
I ran into Art Mokray last night at Kim's 50'th birthday party in Lums. I mentioned that I have not been seeing his newsletter lately, and that I missed reading this articles. It seems his responsibilities as the the Secretary for the Elks has been taking up a lot of ...
112. Illegal Viagra Pills Being Sold In Panama
Today, Ramon Fernandez of the Customs Authority, said during an interview illegal Viagra pills are being sold in Panama. Fernandez talked about the sale of Viagra in places such as the Plaza 5 de Mayo, meaning they are smuggled pills because this medicine requires a prescription in order to be ...
113. La Casa de Baterias "Guarantee" comes with strings
CAVEAT EMPTOR: I purchased a brand new battery from La Casa de Baterias, four months and 1 week ago. I have purchased at least four batteries from this company so far, mainly because of the convenience (they come to you) and the guarantee. This is the first time I have ...
114. The Golf Course at Tucan
This article about the golf course at the Tucan development recently appeared on the PRWeb.
115. Al Sprague Art Exhibition
You are cordially invited to the opening of the exhibition - Al Sprague: Images of Panama, Nov. 24, 2006, 8:00 p.m., Galeria Mery Palma. For Information please call the Ceasar Park Hotel at 226-0477 ext. 6239, Panama City, Panama email@example.com (Editor's Comment: Al Sprague is a wonderfully skilled artist who ...
116. The New Tony Roma's
A regular reader sent this in and requested it be posted, but he didn't want to associate his name with the article for obvious reasons. Basically, it's a negative review of the new Tony Roma's restaurant. When the Outback Steak House opened, I ate there exactly once. On the way ...
117. IRS modifies FATCA Implentation - Again
The IRS Announcement 2012-42, dated 24 Oct 12, defers the implementation timelines for withholding agents and foreign financial institutions to complete due diligence requirements of the HIRE Act. The financial institutions will have until 1 Jan 2017 to start withholding taxes from US taxpayers’ investment gains and until 1 Jan ...
118. 2nd Annual Bastimentos Boat Race Weekend
The second annual Isla Bastimentos Boat Race weekend will be held on March 27-28, 2010. The purpose is to bring the entire Bocas del Toro community together for a fun weekend of boat races, water sports, sport games, food, drink, and music. Sukimotor, S.A. is the main sponsor and is ...
119. THE NAVY LEAGUE of the THE UNITED STATES ...
THE NAVY LEAGUE of the UNITED STATES
120. The More in Panama Blog
And now for something completely different. Check out the More in Panama blog.
Current Tides for BalboaClick Here for a very nice real-time visual representation of the current tides at Balboa, near the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. The small "cross" marks the current tide level.
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