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El Valle Panama

El Valle Panama A two hours drive from Panama City, El Valle de Anton is one of the weekend destinations for tourists. A fertile volcanic valley abundant with flora and lush terrain, El Valle is considered one of the most beautiful nature spots on Ea...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 16, 2009

Isla Colon

Isla Colon The northernmost island in Panama, Isla Colon is situated in the province of Bocas del Toro. The province’s capital, Colon, is situated here and boasts of having an international airport. This airport is the hub of Panama’s nationa...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 16, 2009

Coronado’s Don Chacho Grill

Coronado’s Don Chacho Grill Located just before the Coronado gate, the well known and well established Don Chaco’s is a perfect sight for that char grilled chicken or rib experience. Having been around since 2004, the owners Malena and Mi...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Additional Flights To Panama

Additional flights to Panama SBA, formerly known as Santa Barbara Airlines, is launching a new flight route to Panama, with effect July 2009. The Venezuelan airline has set a launch date of the 1st of July, and will offer twice daily flights between...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Panama City Condo Rentals

Panama City Condo Rentals   Why stay in a hotel, when you could have all the freedom in the world by considering the variety of available Panama City Condo Rentals. There are many benefits to Panama City Condo Rentals that a lot of people are not aw...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Rio Mar

Rio Mar Closely located to Panama City, is the virtually undisturbed region of Rio Mar, a surfer’s dream venue and surfing spot. This area has escaped the mainstream development of the surrounding area of Farallon, with the numerous beach resorts a...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Panama Inflation More Doubles Up

Panama Inflation more doubles up The inflation rate for Panama measured in at 8,7 percent for the 2008 year, which is more than double the 4,2 percent recorded for the 2007 year.  Although the inflation rates reached 10 percent in September, the dro...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Panama Banking Still Under Pressure

Panama Banking Still Under Pressure The continuing debate as to Panama’s banking system’s transparency is continually reported in the media, with claims such as ‘Panama holds out’ and ‘No questions asked banking’ m...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Credit No Longer Available For Projects

Credit no longer available for Projects The projects that are underway, developing the Hydro electric facilities for Panama have been dealt with a blow as the local credit sources and facilities have given way under current market conditions. Accordi...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 15, 2009

Panama Heritage in Danger

Panama heritage in danger Cultural experts have expressed concern over the danger of the Panamanian Creole language being threatened, due to the fact that so few people are using the language. In addition to that another five native languages are als...

International Maritime University of Panama

COSCO helps builds classrooms The Cosco Panama Maritime Company, which donated just under $30,000 to the Panama International Maritime University (UMIP), was honored in the naming of the newly constructed building, Cosco Hall Building. The funds were...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 14, 2009

Panama gets $500 million loan from the IDB

  Panama gets $500 million loan from the IDB   The Inter American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $500 million loan for Panama’s banking system. This loan will be channeled through the National Bank of Panama, and is part of a $6 billio...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 14, 2009

Fishing In Gatun Lake

Fisherman’s And Nature Lover’s Paradise Panama Canal’s Gatun Lake is a dream come true for any fisherman. Not only does one get close to nature and enjoy the sights and sounds of the indigenous animals, such as the howler monkeys bu...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 7, 2009

Developing Countries Trade

Free trade agreement versus healthcare Recent media reports indicate that the Obama administration may well be more in favour of healthcare reform than that of the free trade agreement with Panama, amongst other agreements set in motion by the Bush a...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 7, 2009

Human Trafficking In Panama

Panama seen as human trafficking depot The US State Department of Trafficking of Persons has called on Panama to do more in eradicating and combating human trafficking, despite the fact that Panama has already imposed significant legislation in fight...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jun 30, 2009

Bocas Del Toro El Toro Loco

El Toro Loco Sport Bar Toro Loco, formally known as Baumfalks, is a fun bar in Bocas Del Toro that has darts, free WiFi, flat-screen televisions all around the bar for non-stop sports coverage, free popcorn all day a great bar menu including burgers,...

The Panama Canal

Contract for Canal to be announced soon According to media reports, citing the ACP, the contract for the canal expansion may be awarded within this month. The main contract, over and above a variety of additional smaller contracts, is for the expansi...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jun 29, 2009

Paitilla

Paitilla Suburb, Panama City One of the finest and most well developed suburbs in Panama City. The suburb of Paitilla has numerous and well developed infrastructure, whilst retaining the Panama charm and commitment to green areas and parks. The area...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jun 29, 2009

Expo Inmobiliaria

Expo Inmobiliaria 2009 One of Panama’s most well-known exhibitions and events is that of the Expo Inmobiliaria 2009, which provides a suitable opportunity for the real estate businesses and investors both with in Panama as well as from external...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jun 26, 2009

Panama Canal Expansion

Panama Canal expansion - and archaeologist’s dream The recent unearthing of a set of fossil teeth, from the print Panama Canal earthworks has been described as belonging to what is classified as Anchitherium clarencei, a three toed browsing hor...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jun 25, 2009


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