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New Proposed Law to eliminate tipping in the bills of restaurants and clubs.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Gibson Aug 23, 2015. 24 Replies

The new proposed law will eliminate or not allow that tips be included in the bills for services and products.  The tipping will be voluntary and given directly to the waiter in cash if you will.The…Continue

Presidential Elections the next Sunday, May 4

Started this discussion. Last reply by John P. Ferguson May 1, 2014. 15 Replies

Panamanians will be electing this next Sunday who will be the next government running the destiny of the country for the next 5 years.  Also there will be elected the mayors of all the districts in…Continue

A perfect example of Expat Integration to Panama - Ponchalos

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roger Bellido Feb 3, 2014. 5 Replies

With great interest I saw a couple of months ago an interview of an American Expat named Jim Thomas - Ponchalos - at one local TV station on the sports news.He is living in LOS SANTOS province  and…Continue

New Minimum Wage for 2014 - 2015

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lee Zeltzer Sep 21, 2014. 31 Replies

Starting January 1st 2014 Panama will have a new Minimum Wage that divide the country in two regions: 1 and 2. Region 1 have the highest rate per hour.  This region are the main districts or…Continue

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Just a Panamanian citizen wanting to promote our country and make this country a better place to live for nationals and our foreigners friends.

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At 10:53am on February 24, 2016, Bill Grimm said…

Thanks Roger for the art supply info.

Bill Grimm

At 1:01pm on October 4, 2015, Robert Berding said…

I have been to Puerto Rico in 1977, during the booming construction years, selling hardware and tiles from Spain. Not a real safe place even in those days. 90% of my clients were Cubans with hardware stores. My local sales agent Roberto Agresar  always had a gun with him.

At 2:28pm on January 5, 2013, Kris said…

Thank you so much for your very kind comments :)  My husband follows this forum closely and has the highest regard for you, and hopes we have the opportunity to meet in person sometime. Of course nothing is a total bed of roses anywhere, but I think the negatives are far outweighed by the many positives of Panama and we are going to be very happy here.

I'm not a teacher, but I would certainly be willing to do what I can to help someone improve their English. So many Panamanians have been patient and kind to me and my barely adequate Spanish it's the least I can do.

I was going to send you a message directly but we have to be friends first, so that's how you happened to have gotten a friend request from me. Thank you, and thanks for visiting my blog.  

At 9:58am on March 20, 2012, Abigayle said…

Hi Roger, Alicia Mc Guigan is the woman that is caring for the boxers.  Here is her email, so you can get all the information. akcleavenger@hotmail.com  Hope they can find a new home.  From a distance, they looked well cared for.  Thanks!  Abby

At 6:00am on March 20, 2012, Abigayle said…

Good Morning Roger, I will get the information to you after visiting more with the woman who has them at the shelter.  It is a beautiful place and they have space to run.  Actually, when I get back from walking Dino and Sheba, I will get her information and give it to you. Then you can talk directly with her.  Thanks for your interest.  I know two dogs are a lot of work, always cleaning floors and windows and sweeping.  My two play so well together, and it is keeping them young, Dino is 6 this month, Sheba is 3.  It is worth it, as they bring me so much joy.  Hope we will get together someday, here, or there.  Abby

At 6:30am on March 19, 2012, Abigayle said…

Hi Roger, I thought of you today, after going to an animal rescue place here.  It is very nice, well taken care of.  The lady has two boxers that need a home.  The owner is going back to the states, and I guess it is harder to get the dogs out of the country, then to get them in.  They have always been together.  I saw the male, nice big fawn, but I only saw him from a distance, the female did not come to the fence.  If you have any interest, let me know and I will get you in touch with the nice lady that runs the place.   I may help out there with the birds.  Hope all is well. Abby

At 8:12pm on October 25, 2011, John Cole said…
Roger, it was outstanding!!! Got to talk to the US and Greek kids that I knew (the one Greek kid was 36, the average age of the team!!). The US kids I knew were younger. Looks like the US has done better at the Pan Am games than they did in Panama. They were all minor league players with various ML organizations.  As for not writing, we have been in the states for the last two weeks and will return to Panama on Friday. Looking forward to getting back home to our new country. One of the highlights of coming here was to see the film, Moneyball, about the Oakland A's and the use of sabremetrics (stats over eyes and experience when evaluating a player). Had a speaking role in the film and was surprised what I looked like on the "big screen". It was fun. Hope you are well. One more thing, we have equipment coming from the states for the >18 team here in Boquete. Should have the pants, balls, bats, helmets, catching gear and I think some gloves by mid November. We will start looking for more gear in the states after the holidays.
At 5:27pm on October 18, 2011, Elizabeth Worley said…

Thank you, Roger. I also enjoy your posts on boquete.ning. You are the voice of reason!

 

Elizabeth

At 10:07pm on October 3, 2011, Boquete Equestrian Club & RLT said…
Muchaaas gracias por toda la informacion sobre esta tema.  Vale mucho su opinion y tomo todo lo que acaba decirme mi como el gospel.  Gracias otra vec!
At 9:13pm on October 3, 2011, Boquete Equestrian Club & RLT said…
Buenas noches, Sr. Bellido.  Como esta Usted? Una consulta-  Sobre los pobres caballos y los duenos que no se les dan caso.. Si, por ejemplo, Hay un caballo que esta en condiciones insoportables, sin embargo, los duenos no lo quieren dejar... Que puedo hacer?  Lo que no quiero son enemigos, entiende, porque soy extranjera, no es mi pais, y quien soy Yo para decirles asi, etc.. Pero, en el pasado yo he ido a la correguidiria y confisce 3 yeguas.  El dueno tenia que pagar a mi, por diem, por el cuido. Ademas, tuvo que pagar a la Correguidiria por negligencia en su mal cuido y manejo.  No resulto nada por mi parte, pero el le dejo a una yegua que tuve que adoptar. Si quiero rescatar ese pobre caballo blanco, pero no quiero ser el enemigo del publico numero 1.  Me prefiero buscar un grupo, dedicado a eso, para que ellos puedan confiscar los caballos y Yo los cuido, manejo, tratar, curar y adoptar a familias buenas. Que piensa Usted, como nativo de este pais? De su vista. Gracias por atenderme y responderme. Espero que este super bien. Jess
 
 
 

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