I personally am happy that this was the conclusion as opposed to any of the sinister possibilities that might have been. Youth and carelessness seem to go hand in hand. There are many places in Panama that inexperienced people should not venture into alone.
I hope their families can now find closure.
You can’t control everything.
Your hair was put on your head as a reminder of that.
Charming, roomy two-bedroom house for rent in the highly desirable neighborhood of Aqualina,
just minutes from the Interamerican Highway and downtown David. Open, airy living room/dining room,
kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. Some furnishings and appliances included, very clean well-kept home.
Partial view of Volcan Baru. Monthly, or contract term lease rental for $575/mo. negotiable.
For more information, call Luis Pimentel, 6693-4340 or for English call #63081734
Boy oh boy, did I get beat up for the previous post on charities. I must be a little masochistic or I would not post anything that might provoke thought or discussion. The post obviously struck a nerve with several people and I seem to have ruffled more than a few feathers. I received hate mail, was called names, and some mail bordered on threats. WOW. What a reaction.
Still, I think anything that encourages discussion is probably a good thing. I am thick skinned and can take it if I dish it out.
It is my opinion that people moving to Panama from a foreign country, and are planning on living in Panama, need to assimilate into the community. To me, that means making an effort to learn the language, understand the culture, and trying to give back to the community.
A while back I had noticed that there was a new plan M offered by Cable Onda. I went to the CO office and requested it. I would have to give up a few channels that I didn’t watch, but I would increase my Internet speed from 5 to 6 Mbps. It also lowered my Cable Onda bill by close to $10 a month.
It was sort of a no brainer.
Today the CO technicians came out to swap out my modem.