La fiesta!

Fields of Dreams 3 of 4 – Partying in Panama (2005)

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So back in the day when we did not have the Little Pentagon (the new US American embassy in Panama) lying in our backyard, there was a spot were kids mainly from the former Canal Zone (Zonians) would have lots of fun parties. The following is the third out of four videos that documented our adventures. This one is on our way back, enjoy!

Note: for an amplified enjoyment of the video you might want to turn on the closed captions (CC button on the right bottom corner of the video screen)

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My Halloween Pictures – 2008

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Michael, The Witch and the Hippie
Michael, The Witch and the Hippie

What up y’all! I keep being irresponsible towards my readers, I know, not updating one’s blog should be a mortal sin. Enough with the guilt trip! I am actually having a life in the real world, so here I give you some of my cooler halloween pictures from the creepiest night of the Read the rest of this entry »

Fields of Dreams 2 of 4 – Partying in Panama (2005)

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The following is the second out of four videos that documented our adventures in the Fields of Dreams at Cardenas, Panama (2005). This one was shot coming from the fields, enjoy!

Fields of Dreams 1 of 4 – Partying in Panama (2005)

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So back in the day when we did not have the Little Pentagon (the new US american embassy in Panama) lying in our backyard, there was a spot were kids mainly from the former Canal Zone (Zonians) would have lots of fun parties. The following is the first out of four videos that documented our adventures. This one
is on our way over, enjoy!

Reggae roots at “One” Panama – Pureza Natural (live)

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Clarisse (Yellow shirt), Giordano (light blue and white) and me (smiling at the background)Last Night, my cousin Clarisse picked me up around 10 p.m. to go to the Reggae Roots nights at One Panama. I was happy to see her again,a and even happier to hang out with her and her brother Giordano. We got there really early for Panamanian standards, but the roots was skanking and the vibe was filled with positive energy. The night progressed as the Dj kept on “rootsing” and the crowd started to grow by 12 p.m. the place was packed with a variety of people: ghetto people, zonies, foreign (maybe Europeans and Gringos) and some Rastafarian… Read the rest of this entry »