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Voting From Abroad As An American

Disclaimer: This guide is provided for information purposes only, and is accurate to the best of my knowledge. However, all information should be verified with your local election officials before being accepted as fact. With the November 4th elections coming around, this article is long overdue. However, if you have not yet requested your overseas […]

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10 Great Restaurants in Panama City

Earlier this week, I wrote my guide to “Dining Out on a Budget.” There are plenty of places you can eat in Panama where the cost of your meal will be only a few dollars. However, even those of us who are watching our budgets like to dine out at nice restaurants every now and […]

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Vacation Guide: Things to Do in Panama City

This is the first entry in a new part of the blog dealing with vacationing in Panama. Whether you live here, or are coming for a visit, Panama offers a lot of amazing diversity in things to do and places to see. My wife, who grew up in Panama, has not even been to most […]

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Getting Around in Panama City

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, one of the main ways that my wife and I were able to save money when moving to Panama was to go from owning two cars to owning none. Many ExPats that live in Panama City end up doing the same, either for cost, or because driving in Panama can […]

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Cost of Living in Panama

UPDATED: 5/30/15 with some changes to current cost of living. One of the most common questions that people considering a move to Panama usually have is about the cost of living. Panama has frequently been billed as an affordable retirement/living destination by just about every publication out there. If you read my article “Is Panama […]