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Where to Dock Your Boat: Panama’s Best Marinas

Where to Dock Your Boat: Panama’s Best Marinas

Beach Living
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October 29, 2018

Before settling in David in western Panama in 2009, I lived aboard my sailboat, Carina, for 16 years. My husband and I sailed the western Caribbean and we still have many friends among the cruising community. Although Panama has miles of coastline, it has few marine facilities for small boats. If you’re looking for a safe harbor to dock your boat in Panama, here are the stand-out marinas to visit.

In Photos: A Typical Day in “Puravidaville”

In Photos: A Typical Day in “Puravidaville”

Daily Postcard
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October 24, 2018

When I mention to people I meet I live in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, the typical response I receive falls someplace between “I want your life” and “What the heck do you do all day?” Just like a day in your life, my time varies depending on projects, social events, whether guests are visiting, etc.

A New Beginning in Boquete, Panama

A New Beginning in Boquete, Panama

Daily Postcard
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October 23, 2018

I moved to Panama in July of this year, after having already experienced a year of life abroad. For this move, I chose the mountain town of Boquete, known for its perpetual spring weather. On arriving here, I was immediately awed by the gorgeous and majestic mountain views throughout the city. I chose to rent a small house in Alto (Upper) Boquete...