The Stay At Home Gringo--An Expat's Life In Panama
The nuts and bolts and all other kinds of screwy information about living in Panama.
tags: Establishing yourself in Panama, Life in Panama, Living in Panama, Retiring in Panama, Travel Panama
Moved to Panama after the recession got the best of me in the States. I love living in Panama and hope to stay here forever.
Latest posts on The Stay At Home Gringo--An Expat's Life In Panama
Monday Q&A - Pensionado Visa, fresh market shopping,... Posted on 02/12/2013
Good morning,It's time for another Monday Q&A. I've received a few questions over the past week, and I'll make sure I get to them shortly. I just wanted to also let you... Read more
Seeing a medical specialist in Panama City, Panama Posted on 21/11/2013
Good morning everybody,During the interview with Michael Drouillard from pancanconnection.ca last weekend, he asked about medical care here in Panama and whether or not I thought the... Read more
The new Q&A Monday! Reader emails answered starting today. Posted on 18/11/2013
Hey everybody,Wow, the support I've received since launching The Stay at Home Gringo blog and Panama For Real has just been amazing and lately emails have been pouring in. I try my... Read more
Check out Cerro Azul, the closest mountain town to Panama... Posted on 17/11/2013
Good morning everyone,I'm super excited this morning because I'm about to participate in a live video chat with Michael from the Canada Panama Connection. His website is:... Read more
Kidpats, a new kid-friendly video series by Panama For Real Posted on 06/11/2013
I'm up late again, totally pumped about this new series we're starting. I've been hearing a lot lately about people bringing their kids with them on this "moving... Read more
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