A busy month for me with work, Ayudarte, and socializing – plus Christmas! This was my first ever Panamanian Christmas, which will appear in another blog soon. For now, enjoy the photos!
Obarrio, the business district of Panama City, still has outcrops of verdant green.
This is one of the times I realise that Panama is a city in flux, as there are still large swathes of brownfield site even in the most developed parts of the city. It’s beautiful, with all those trees and reclaimed concrete structures overgrown by ferns and grass.
Sunset over Panama City, stretching from Costa del Este to Punta Pacifica.
F&F building in the heart of Panama City.
A jungle house, with the Portobelo National Park directly behind, near El Pueblo Maria Chiquita.
Strange apartments in Panama City, built on a slope.
Mano dura contra las plagas!
Strange sights in Casco Viejo, near the carnival float shop.
Me handing out a piece of my art work to the lucky winner of our December Ayudarte raffle.
La Torre, Portobelo Panama restaurant.
Seen in San Francisco, Panama.
Baby pineapples, El Cangrejo.
Check out November’s best photos on this blog right here!
Gabbana wearing a ridiculous hat for New Year’s.
Fireworks of Catedral Metropolitano, Casco Viejo, Panama.