In this brief review of Skatedra 2010 @ Panama, I will briefly go over of the opening bands that I saw: La Mojiganga, Capitán Ponche y 2 Huevos y 1 Camino in spanglish. Yes I chose spanglish because the gringos already messed with my brain and I think I can use both languages at the same time to better capture the essence of what I wish to Read the rest of this entry »
Around 5:30 a.m. we took off from Peter’s house towards the Panamanian Paradise called San Blas by the Spaniard, or Kuna Yala by their righteous indigenous owners. By car we left the city and we got to the protected indigenous territory, with the sun rising on our right side, and the marvelous hills covered by dense tropical forest. Sporadically tucan birds would fly on our side, accompanied by curious monkeys that would get their morning snack from the leafy trees.
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)
Beware, ostriches!!!! Here I give you another jewel from the past. Check out the wild life from Capira, Panama. Enjoy =)
Vida Salvaje en Panamá: Nativos panameños son perseguidos por avestruces (o tal vez no).
Wild Life in Panama: Native Panamanians being chased by ostriches! (or maybe not)
This is the first video on Drivenet’s Quasi-Suspense Series.
I woke up very tired. Slowly thoughts came back to my head increasing like a tidal wave.
I was sitting at the time and frequency lab at home. All my lab mates were there sitting in high school chairs making a circle. Pope Benedict was sitting there as well, with his white gown all the way to the RIGHT side. He stood up and handed us fliers so that we could choose the meal we were going to have later.
I felt I really needed to take a shower so I crossed to a building to the left of Read the rest of this entry »
Ok, it is finally happening: I am writing on my blog again! After a few weeks without blogging activity, I finally made it back to Atlanta, so it’s about time to catch up with the writing. So I guess I will be recounting the interesting things I saw in Panama during my visit, starting with la Fabrika de Panama, arts event at the White Elephant Building in the Santo Tomas Hospital (Panama city Panama).
- Barriada Ana, Vía circumbalación (cerca del gimnasio de la escuela Claudio Vásquez. Las Tablas, Los Santos, Panama. Read the rest of this entry »