Virtually every modern entertainment option that North America offers its citizens can be found somewhere in the crevasses and corridors of Panama. Discotheques, theaters, and of course, places to get a drink.
Located in the middle of the “La Rana Derada”, aka “The Golden Frog” is a popular local pub in Casca Villejo, the first city in Panama, where the military compound that protected the original Panama City was located. Our threes Canadian adventurists go on an excursion to visit the local brewery to observe and experience some South American hospitality like never before.
Photo: La Rana Dorada
(Sidenote: the hotel these Canadian travellers are staying at sounds magnificent. Dance music still plays underwater when one dives in the pool, and the picturesque, skyscraper-speckled cityline looked no different than any other global supercity. Panama seems amazing!)
A mix of all of the cultures that have occupied and thrived in Panama seem to simultaneously co-exist in the modern era. Vastly lucious natural environments with exotic flora and fauna crawled into the technologically-connected metropolis, providing a backdrop of old vs new.
“You have the old city, and then like five feet away, you have the new city. It’s like two different worlds… in one.” states Addie.
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