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In August of 2010 "we" retired after 30 years in the Canadian military. By October 2011 we had both quit working entirely and by May 2012 we had moved ourselves to Pedasi, Panama. It's not always ...
A blog by a retiree from the US. It is written in a journal format and contains photos, poems and various musings of the author.
A blog written by an US retiree living in David, Chiriquí in the Republic of Panama. I have lived in Panama since 2003.
Life as it is in Boquete, Panama . . . and cruising the world with Princess Cruises, my "retirement job" . . . Hey, it's better than being a greeter at Wal Mart, not that we have anything like Wal ...
My husband said to me one day "do you want to work another 15 years before retiring or would you rather retire now and find a way to do it cheaply." I said "where are we going and when?" This led ...
A blog covering my personal adventures in Panama with the latest essentials on nightlife, food, fun things to do, news, events, tips, etc.
A general blog about whatever is on my mind at the moment and the experience of growing old in someone else's country.
This blog is our way of taking you all with us on our excellent Adventure. I hope you enjoy following our journey as much as we are enjoying it! Cheers!
Unfiltered news for and about Panama. What’s up and going down in lifestyle, tourism, environment and development.
My husband and I are visiting several countries, Italy, Ecuador and now Panama trying to decide where to finally retire.
In early 2008 writer, executive Elizabeth Vance was transferred to Panama City; a move which would prove challenging and rewarding and would ultimately lead to this Gringo Guide to Panama. Elizabeth ...
I help future expats plan and prepare for their move, establish portable careers, and I share my experiences in Panama
Two retired teachers and their two cats sold everything and left the US for a new life in Boquete, Panama.
A young music teacher moves to Panama for a job at an international school. Read along as she shares her unique anecdotes, travelogues, and the joys of living in Panama
A blog about living in Panama, KindeKlub, and eBook publishing from Panama. Also a news site for Nutre Hogar in David.
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