Panamaminute is exploring rural panama in an interestingly different look at the Panama interior. Each quick little post will help you get a feel for real panama and the people who live it.

This pic was from the vacunadera in Agua Buena this past week. Chichin takes down the cow.

And here the kids roam the hood with a dead baby gator. Aaah Panama! In a place where there is nothing going on, there is always something to do.  A life of random business in the jungle of Panama.  


Above is the end of the known world. We love it!  And below is the closest neighbor. We have a great neighborhood watch program. 



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  1. I have had a quick look ( well quite a long one actually) and just love this website of yours. I like your chunks of life there and the photographs are wonderful. It seems a beautiful place to live, what brought you out there… hoping to read lots more and thanks for great information

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  2. I just found your page because you had left a comment on my blog about my getting my E cédula. It looks like you’ve gone a bit more native than I have, but neither of us are typical gringo expats, that’s for sure.

    In my initial visits to Panama of course I explored around the Herrera area and I quite liked Chitré and Los Santos. In fact, until I actually got out here to David I Chitré was at the top of my list of places to live. But Chiriqui has everything I want and need. Like you, I LOVE IT HERE.


    • Well for an old salt you’ve done well to get out of the rat race and into the jungle. I don’t fit any program but certainly love the free living here. Any time you come out to Tonosi area give me a shout. We live visitors and would love to do lunch or anything else.


  3. I love this blog! I’ve lived in Panama for almost ten years and I never get bored here. I just can’t get enough of it. It’s so much fun seeing all these great pictures on your blog. I can’t wait to explore it.


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