Day 31 of 365 Things to Do in Panama. Volunteer at a local spay clinic. Thousands of dogs and cats have been saved each year as spay clinics spay and neuter as many animals as possible. There are several organizations in Panama that support local communities and their animals by providing this service at an extremely low cost. Spay clinics happen all across Panama and usually every month. We can help you find one!
Day 30 of 365 Things to Do in Panama. Eat like a local and Feast at a Fonda. These small open air roadside restaurants are found all throughout Panama and offer cuisine at affordable prices $3-$6.00. They are usually open for breakfast and lunch. However, some are open for dinner. Most fondas offer a chalkboard menu of 3 or 4 items that changes daily and when they are out of the dish, it gets erased from the chalkboard. So go early because as the day goes on menu options
The Chinese New Year begins on Saturday 28 January 2017. The reason the new year falls at this time is because it marks the start of the lunar new year, which is when there is the start of a new moon. In Chinese tradition, each year is named after one of twelve animals, This is the year of the Fire Rooster. The Rooster is the tenth in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac sign. The Years of the Rooster include 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029. The
Day 29 of 365 Things to Do in Panama. Probe the history of petroglyphs in Panama. Petroglyphs are pictorial images created by removing part of a rock surface by picking, carving or engraving. Petroglyphs are found world-wide and in Panama you can see them in almost every area of the country. Some of them date back to as far as the 15th century! They are most abundant in the Chiriquí province. Other sites where they have been found include: El Valle, La Pintada, Rio Grande,
[EN] Day 28 of 365 Things to Do in Panama. Attend the Aeropuerto de Chame Airshow. The Air Festival will take place on Sunday, January 29 at the Krish Persaud Airport in Chame district province of West Panama. The Civil Aeronautical Authority and the Active Club 20-30 are the organizers of this event. It is 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and your entry is totally free. There will be exhibitions of general aviation, parachuting and aeromodelling, as well as artistic stage and food sa
Day 27 of 365 things to do in Panama. Hang out at the Expo Inmobiliaria Acobir in the Atlapa Convention Center In Panama City. It is a 5 day event being held from 25th January to the 29th This event showcases products like local and foreign buyers, public in general, international investors of commercial, residential and tourist areas, real estate brokers, professional of design and architecture areas; executives of hotel brands and multinational businesses, among others e
Day 26 of 365 things to do in Panama. Discover Panama’s Miraculous Christ of Esquipulas in the town of Anton along with it's legend, image and miracles. Nobody really knows where the wood statue came from, While there look around the lovely town, have lunch and visit the interesting museum next door. Discover what Anton has to offer! ......
Day 24 of 365 things to do in Panama. Interface with InterNations!
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Day 23 of 365 things to do in Panama. Grow your own pineapple! Simply cut off the top of the pineapple, allow it dry for several days to discourage rotting and then place it in soil. It will need at least 6 hours of bright light. Water as needed, the soil should be dry between waterings. Be prepared, pineapples are slow growing plants! You will not see blooms for at least 2 -3 years.