On saturday I decided to take a little stroll through a part of the city and take some pictures for the blog. I took my cousin with me (the only one I can “force” to go with me. I say “force” because, why would a panamanian take a stroll and pictures of places we see EVERYDAY?)
Well my point with it was to rediscover something that we just don’t take into account any more because its always there, but its so beautiful and Panamanian should feel proud to have such beautiful places to admire, even in the city, or near the city.
We are so used to the cars or buses to get us everywhere that we have lost the habit of walking (maybe because its almost always so hot) but either way, here, people don’t walk.
So to commemorate the “No Car Day”,September 22nd, I took my camera, my bag-pack and went on to a green Saturday morning.
I don’t know how to pose so I make weird faces, but hey I’m in a sea of green so.. who cares?
American street names, from when “gringos” were in Panama
The wonders you find while walking
surrounded by green
He poses better than me
Tree hugger issues
Say hello to the Panama Canal Administration Building.. and my ass hahaha
Let’s be serious and normal
A little history (zzz): The Panama Canal Administration Building was inaugurated on July 15, 1914. It houses the Panama Canal Authority’s chief administrative offices, such as those of the Administrator, and the Deputy Administrator, located since 1914 in the North wing of the second floor, overlooking Balboa and the Canal’s Pacific entrance. (history lesson done) -for more here–
Life is so hard
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