¡De nuevo en Panamá! December 21st 2008 ¿Xopá? ¿Todo bien?
Whenever you hear people greet each other with “xopá or que sopá” you know they are Panamanians. They like to say things the other way around and they have many unique words which I’ll be teaching you during my stay in Panama . “Que sopá” comes from “Que pasó”....it’s a way of saying hi, more like “what’s up or what’s going on”.
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Central America Caribbean » Panama » Chiriquí » David With US backing, Panama seceded from Colombia in 1903 and promptly signed a treaty with the US allowing for the construction of a canal and US sovereignty over a strip of land on either side of the structure (the Panama Canal Zone). The Panama Canal ... ... read more
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I'm Elton, 31, from the island of Curaçao (Southern Caribbean) where I was born, raised and currently living. I grew up in a local neighbourhood just west of Otrobanda in Willemstad called "Charo". I speak Papiamentu, Dutch, Spanish, English, regular Italian and beginner German. Curaçao is a small but unique Island. It's not the typical Caribbean island with just sun and beaches. It has a rich and interesting history and culture. The capital, Willemstad, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Visit www.curacao.com for more infor... full info