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Favourite Garden Tool--Machete

I learned to use a machete in Panama, where it became an extension of my arm. I learned my macheteing technique from greats such as Julián Valdéz and Onofre Gonzales. 412 more words

365 Days Of Food

Panama // Day 2

9:30am: Today’s plan was originally to hangout at the resort all day and enjoy the beach and pool but unfortunately we were struck with drizzly and cloudy yet humid weather. 114 more words


mydesigntravels: Panamá

Panamá & Hostel Wünderbar

And so, now I have a working Macbook I can finally finish my Panamanian blog. I think this has been the trip I’ve learnt the most about myself so far, it was much more of a learning experience than a holiday. 3,153 more words


Not all who wonder are lost

This year I knew I would not be making a trip home but I would still need a breather. I love my community, the appreciation I have for it is tremendous, but like most, in order to keep the fire burning I knew I would need a break. 629 more words

Peace Corps

Charbonneau commission: MUHC managers had too much discretionary power in superhospital planning

Former senior managers at the McGill University Health Centre were given far too much discretionary power in the planning of the $1.3-billion superhospital – a situation that allowed corruption to take root and thrive, the Charbonneau Commission has found in its final report. 471 more words

Local News

What About The Ladies?

by Lynn Turner

On a hot, sunny day in a small Emberá village, Russ and I started a week-long seminar. After teaching my morning class, I decided to visit some ladies in their homes. 394 more words