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
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The estimated percentage of Panama economy generated by the Panama Canal.
Number of islands in Panama throughout the Caribbean Sea, and Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Percentage of protected land in Panama.
Panama Stories, Information, and Opinion
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
Expat writer and educator Lee Elliott talks about Panama education and the various options available for educating your children in Panama. This article contains a… Read More »How To Educate Your Children As An Expat In Panama
Knowing how the cabs work can make life easier in any city, even in the age of Uber and Lyft. And the taxis in Panama… Read More »Six Quick Tips To Mastering Taxis In Panama City