Day 151 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Attend the Surf and Yoga Festival! The Surf & Yoga Festival Santa Catalina will take place Jun 2 - Jun 4 in Santa Catalina, Panama. This festival is designed to represent the surf, yoga, and music culture. It evolves depending on where it travels to and is needed. For Panama, the festival has been called to the surfing community of Santa Catalina! The mission is to bring together the yoga & surfing community of Panama and create a union
Day 150 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Cheer on the International Bowling Competition! On June 3 the Sixth Annual International Bowling Competition will take place at Albrook Mall in Panama City. Join the fun.
Day 149 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Sample Delicious Amojábano! The "s" shaped dish is prepared from yellow corn, which is milled and prepared with white cheese and salt which is then deep fried in oil. The traditional dish is believed to have been originated int the hands of local peasants in earlier times. This super crunchy food is ideal to accompany roasted meat, smoked pork and steak, among other typical Panamanian dishes.
Day 148 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Hang out at Starfish Beach! Unlike any other beach in Bocas del Toro, Starfish Beach (or “Playa Estrella”) is located on the remote, unexposed side of Isla Colón. The shoreline is shaped like a bay, so it doesn’t catch any swell – making for placid turquoise waters and a relaxed vibe. There is room for a volleyball court, a couple small restaurants, and the newest addition to the beach activities – along with kayaks and floating lounge
Day 147 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Stop and smell the flowers in Limon! April showers bring May blooming flowers in Panama. Plants and vegetables, orchids, and more in abundance, it is the time for flower fairs! Visit the flower fair of Limon, June 2 to 4. Limon is a small in the village in the foothills of Campana, in the province of Panama West. The Limon annual fair has an abundance of fragrant flowers, locally made handicrafts, fresh produce and more. This year the f
Day 146 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Tour the Expo Turismo Internacional at Atlapa! Expo Turismo Internacional is a 2 day event being held from 26th May to 27th May 2017 at the Atlapa Convention Center in Panama City, Panama. This event showcases product like include Beach, mountain and forest resorts, Hotels and other lodging establishments, Car rentals, Air, land and sea transportation suppliers from Travel & Tourism industry from Panama and +10 countries. May 27th is ope
Day 145 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Enjoy the world renowned musical 'Evita'! The world renowned musical “Evita” by Andrew Lloyd Webber will be presented from Thursday May 25th to Sunday May 28th at the Teatro Anayansi in Atlapa. The musical follows the early life of the former Argentinian first lady, Eva Perón, her rise to power and eventual death. The story of Eva Peron , one of the most influential Argentine women, comes to Panama with the Broadway musical Evita . This
Day 144 of 365 Things to Do in Panama. Get Your Photo in Front of a New Colorful Panama Sign. You could have your photo taken in front of the Panama sign in Panama City or any other city... OR.... you could challenge yourself and have a photo taken in front of all the signs in Panama! They are popping up everywhere... Panama City, Chame, Pedasi, etc.
Day 143 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Treat you sweet tooth! Orejitas (or-eh-heat-as) are sugar-coated flour pastries shaped like “little ears”, a sweet buttery dough-light cookie it is a kind of pan dulce ... Pan dulce can encompass pastries, sweet breads and even cookies Take a break and enjoy Orejitas with your afternoon tea or coffee!
Day 142 of 365 Things To Do in Panama. Celebrate the Festival of Corpus Christi! The religious festival that will amaze you beginning June 15th.The town explodes with activity for a 2-week religious festival known for its elaborate dances led by men in devil masks. The Festival of Corpus Christi, held 60 days after the Good Friday, is emblematic demonstration of Panama's culture. Held in the central cities of Chitre and Los Santos, the festival of Corpus Christi was introduce