Some tips on how to handle the Panama City Carnival like a boss. I woke up on Ash Wednesday after what felt like a four-day… Read More »How To Do The Panama City Carnival Like A Pro
Lee Elliott was born in Kingston-Upon-Thames, England. He is a father to six children, and a lifelong educator and writer. He holds a Bachelor of Education, full Montessori teaching credentials, and post-graduate studies in journalism and film. He has lived internationally his entire adult life, teaching in France, Sweden, New Zealand, The British Virgin Islands, South Korea, the UK, and the USA. He now spends his time homeschooling his youngest children with his Chinese-American wife in Panama while lying around in bed trying to get published to retain his international press card. Lee’s hobbies include cooking meals so nice that he is getting fat and being grumpy on Monday mornings due to fine wines. He enjoys feedback on his writing and is available for translating, copywriting, and content. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Englishman Lee Elliott learned early on in Panama that the best cure for a hangover is a hearty bowl of sancocho. After a while, he… Read More »My Sancocho Recipe: A Perfect Panamanian Hangover Cure
Clayton, Panama was once Fort Clayton in the Panama Canal Zone. Now it’s La Cuidad de Saber, “The City of Knowledge”. That said, Lee Elliott… Read More »Clayton, Panama: Irish Pubs And Big Fences
Punta Pacifica, Panama City is perhaps the most luxurious piece of real estate in Central America, home of the regions tallest building, and with its… Read More »Punta Pacifica, Panama City: Central America’s Mini-Dubai?
If you’re in Panama, a visit to the Canal is a must. Here, expat writer Lee Elliott describes a family day out to the Miraflores… Read More »A Family Day Trip To The Miraflores Locks, Panama
When Lee Elliott and his family moved to Panama, their first stop was El Dorado, Panama City. This suburban, middle-class enclave has hidden charms… The… Read More »El Dorado, Panama City: Central America’s Middle-Class Suburbia
A British expat outlines why the Panama Friendly Nations Visa was the best option for him and his family when they were looking for a… Read More »Why I Recommend The Panama Friendly Nations Visa For Your Residency
Casco Viejo is Panama City, Panama’s most historic district. Local writer Lee Elliott takes you on a tour of the lesser-known parts of this colonial… Read More »Casco Viejo: Panama City’s Historic District
El Cangrejo, Panama City is still one of the coolest, most desired parts of town. Expat writer Lee Elliott explains why he calls this district… Read More »El Cangrejo, Panama City: Students, Families, And Hipsters
Moving to a country without a postal service can be challenging. Expat writer Lee Elliott explains how you can still receive your mail in Panama.… Read More »The Little Things In Life – Receiving Your Mail In Panama