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Panama Series: In the clouds

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On the Pacific ocean side of Panama, bordering Costa Rica, is Panama’s Chiriquí province. According to the Lonely Planet on Panama, “The highland rainforests are the heart of Chiriquí province.” 932 more words

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"Shooting at the Walls of Heartache (Bang Bang)"

“I am the warrior” – Patty Smyth of Scandal

Another grown man nearly brought me to tears last night and even this morning as I reflected on his true story. 

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Panama Series: The paradise that is Parque National Coiba

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According to UNESCO,

Coiba National Park and its Special Zone of Marine Protection, is located in the Republic of Panama in the Gulf of Chiriqui, in the western sector of the country.  542 more words

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Panama Series: The road to here

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A few years ago, I received a notice from the Dragon’s school teacher about something called “pedagogy”.

At first, I totally thought that she made up the word. 569 more words

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Panama Series: A marvelous short cut

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As an Engineer, no visit to Panama can be complete without a visit to the Panama canal.

It is after all, a shiny example of my profession, considered one of the greatest engineering marvels, not to mention, a superbly fine demonstration of human ingenuity in the face of adversity. 601 more words

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Panama Series: Panama City, would you like rum with that?

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According to the Lonely Planet on Panama, “Panama City was founded in 1519” at the site today known as Panama Viejo, or “Old Panama” in English. 861 more words

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My brush with UNESCO's World Heritage Sites

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According to its website, a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site is a place of outstanding universal value. 390 more words

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