Panama has so much to offer and then you find even a little extra. A childhood friend of my wife has a 70 hectare private nature preserve and it is the bomb! If you ever want something really special, check this out. Cerro Hoya Panama is worth a look and a grand adventure.
Panama has two seasons. Winter and Summer. It’s always 90 degrees Fahrenheit, but from the middle of may to the middle of December it is tropically rainy. It is green and growing, and rains enough to grow rice in the mountains. And one day the rain stops. And not another drop for 6 months. It turns very dry and resembles late summer in the mountain west plains.
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I have enough bamboo to build a castle, but I think we’ll start with some furniture pieces.
This is one of the most fantastic things about living in Panama. Hand cultivated rice is all around the Los Santos Province and our neighborhood.
And here is some hand cut rice from my neighbors back yard. They will store it like this through the year, and take only what they need for the month to the piladora to remove the husk. It stores very nicely this way. Just keep it dry. I love this place!