Monthly Archives: June 2009
I currently live in a little bubble of California known as San Francisco, were the weather is always 10 degrees cooler, the people are a sight for sore eyes and there are more organic grocery stores than parking spots. I … Read More
I returned to Panama as my first stop in my 3.5 month backpacking trip about a week ago. Having lived and worked in Panama three years ago for a short 6 month stint, I was very curious to see how … Read More
I can remember the first time I ever tasted a pineapple because it was also the same day I first tried a pickle. Not unlike belatedly stumbling on a popular sitcom, I became immediately addicted to pineapple and tried to … Read More
Before she passed away, my grandma called me over to her house and gifted me a blurry painting of a sailboat in a stormy sea. The style, if I had to call it something, was Impressionism and the canvas itself … Read More
Throughout our time in Casco Viejo, we’ve met a lot of really interesting guests from all over the world. And being in the unique position to sit down with them all, our staff at Los Cuatro Tulipanes has gained a … Read More
When I look back on my first four-day visit to Casco Viejo, I think mainly of the curiosities: the man carrying a pig carcass over his shoulders, the six year old child dancing to reggae at 2AM, and the transvestite … Read More
In driving through Panama’s Avenida Balboa, home to six of Panama’s most expensive real estate projects, I found myself entertained by one construction worker, dangling from his harness, drinking a can of beer. He had a sense of method about … Read More
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