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  • Perfect Sunsets

    Perfect Sunsets

    Yes this is what a typical sunset truly looks like most evenings from our homes here in Morrillo Pacific Heights overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean on Panama’s Western Azuero Peninsula commonly referred to as the Gold Coast.

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    | July 29, 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Sancocho de Gallina – Stew or Soup

    Sancocho de Gallina – Stew or Soup

    Sancocho de gallina is a staple in the Panamanian diet and is eaten at least once a week by most locals. It is thin in consistency like soup but packed full of chicken and vegetables – mm, mm good. I will post the recipe soon.

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    | August 4, 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Wahoo – what fun!!

    Wahoo – what fun!!

    Believe it or not Wahoo is the name of the fish that you see being held up in this photo and is by far one of the hardest fighting fish I have ever tackled and one of the tastiest. These 2 were caught about 8 miles from my home and less than a mile off shore. […]

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    | August 4, 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Fabulous Artwork Depicting Traditional Panamanian Dress

    Fabulous Artwork Depicting Traditional Panamanian Dress

    My good friend, Julia O’Malley-Keyes, is a world-renowned and well-respected artist who has spent much of her time of late here in Panama studying and painting some of the most beautiful scenes one may ever see short of personally seeing these Pollera Dancers live and in all of their beautiful finery and intricate traditional gowns. These paintings […]

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    | August 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Morrillo Beach – North

    Morrillo Beach – North

    This is the view looking north to Morrillo Beach and in the distance is the fast becoming and soon to be famous surfing beach.  

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    | July 29, 2011 | 2 Comments

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Another High Tide Warning for Pacific Coast

Another High Tide Warning for Pacific Coast

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Panama’s civil defence agency (Sinaproc) has issued a high tide warning for the next week. High tides on the Pacific side of the isthmus, will be between 16 feet and 18.2 feet through next Sunday, October 21. Sinaproc Director Arturo Alvarado said residents living in coastal areas should take the necessary precautionary measures, and said […]

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Sinaproc issues week long high tide alert

Sinaproc issues week long high tide alert

| September 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

With tides of nearly 18 feet forecast during the upcoming week, Panama’s Civil Protection body (Sinaproc) issued a Pacific Coast alert on Sunday September 15. The alert will remain in place through Friday September 21. Tides between 15.8 feet and 17.8 feet have already been recorded and director Arturo Alvarado, recommended that people take necessary […]

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Great News - We're Back Up and Running

Great News - We're Back Up and Running

| August 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

After being away for over 10 months (working in the frozen North – YUK!) Tuck’s Panama Blog is finally back up and running – sorry for being away so long but had to be sure that Panama is where we want to be and yes I’m happy to report  – it is!. We will begin very […]

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Previous Post | Christmas

Previous Post | Christmas

| December 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

  Our very best wishes to you and yours for a Merry Christmas and a Happy & Prosperous New Year from Tuck’s Panama Blog.

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World Baseball Championships - Special bus services for games

World Baseball Championships - Special bus services for games

| September 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

The 2011 World Baseball Championships are being held in Panama this year and will start this coming weekend. A special bus service (not diablos rojos) has been ordered to transport baseball fans to the Rod Carew stadium for the World Baseball Championships starting this weekend. Buses, provided by MiBus, operators of the air-conditioned Metro buses, will run from […]

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Gasoline prices down again

Gasoline prices down again

| September 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

It was announced today that gasoline prices in Panama will  fall again on Saturday, September 24 with 95 octane down 30 cents and 91 down 19 cents. This will put the price at the pumps for 95 octane at $3.94,  and 91 octane at $ 3.75. Low sulfur diesel  will retail at $3.69. The new price levels will […]

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Panama Banco National to open new Bank Branch in Mariato

Panama Banco National to open new Bank Branch in Mariato

| September 8, 2011

Panama’s Banco National is nearing completion of the construction of their new bank branch, complete with ATM access, in Mariato. This bank will be a great benefit not only to the local Panamanian population and businesses, but also the entire expat community living in or near this town. Expats and Panamanians alike, currently have to travel to Santiago, […]

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White Spider Hammocks of Panama

White Spider Hammocks of Panama

| August 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

White Spider Hammocks of Panama Serena is the proprietor of White Spider Hammocks (Hamacas de Arana Blanca) in Malena on the Western Azuero peninsula of Panama, Central America. These specially crafted hammocks are individually handmade by an American (Serena), a local Panamanian named Juan, and an indigenous Indian named Esmeralda. They specialize in making whatever type of hammock you want; big, […]

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