¡Carnavales de Panamá y más! March 9th 2009 Xopá, ¿cómo esta la vaina?
Panama's carnaval...how they celebrate it
Well, carnaval was awesome. It's different than in Curacao. While Curacao focuses more on the parades, in Panama they focus more on the public, the people on the streets partying. This is how it works. It all starts Friday, and finishes Tuesday. During the day, starting between 10:00 and midday, there are the so cal ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Panama 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
Bon Biní, Bienvenido, Welkom, Welcome, Benvenuto, Wilkommen!
I'm Elton, 32, 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. I speak Papiamentu, Dutch, Spanish, English, regular Italian and some 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 information.
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