jeudi 1 avril 2010

Bienvenidos a Panama

Bienvenidos a Panama - travel and culture
envoyé par AndreBeladina. - Découvrez de nouvelles destinations en vidéo.

I love travelling, especially in Panama. The country of Reggaeton, Seco Herrerano and its Mejorana, Panama is the idealistic place to get away thanks to its beaches, palmtrees, its Capital city, its Panameans and its unrivaled sundowns.

Bocas del Toro, Colón, Chiriquí, Darién, Herrera, Los Santos, Panamá, Veraguas are the composers of Panama. I have seen many things there. It is very surprising to notice the cultural differences which you can discover in an only country. Courses, dances, or even Panamean musics are all different from one land to another. This is due to the number of cultures living there. Indeed, Panama is composed by seven native populations, Kunas, Emberas, Wounans, Nasos ,Bri-Bris and the Guaymi or Ngobe Bugles.

My passion for Panama comes from thoses beaches full of plamtrees, which are perfect for a nap contemplating the landscape. You also have to rely on its hot white sand, its azure-blue seas, like the ones you see on post cards and travel catalogues. It is possible to jump on a small boat to go diving between fishes and cowries. But the excursion has no limit but the magical islands. Magical because once you've set foot on them, it very hard to leave. Inland, it's another world we find. Panama has a very luxurious jungle, vegetation, waterfallsand all its exotic animals. The capital, Panama city, is incredible. Indeed, we can find, multicolor buses, and the Panama carnival is a festival of music, dance and confettis.

To be in the best confort available, Panam hotels are an ideal, with a panoramic view of the town from the swimming pools. Don't forget the Panama Canal, one of the most important historical monuments of the country. The must see is definitely the town by night. Everything is illuminated, it seems like no one is asleep.

André Beladina

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