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World Travel Market en Londres - Enrique de Panamá View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Panama

Enrique Sanchez, a marketing manager for Panama's Tourism Authority, gives us a plethora of ideas about what to do when visiting this vibrant country, which combines and contrasts tradition with modernity.

World Travel Market en Londres - Nohelys nos habla de Panamá View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Panama

Panamanian Carnival Queen, Nohelys Gonzalez, shares with us a bit about this much anticipated celebration as well as her beautiful nation.

Cienfue - La décima tercera View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Panama

Cienfue is an alternative folk guitarist and singer who mixes Panama's peculiar folklore with alternative rock and social lyrical content. Here is the official video of "La décima tercera", a song that is part of his 2010 album "La calma y la tormenta" (The Calm and the Storm).

Cienfue - Medio Alcohólico Melancólico View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Panama

There’s a lot to love about Panama’s Cienfue. Take this great song and its even better video. It makes you want to walk right into the ocean to play guitar underwater on a sunny day, doesn’t it?

Cienfue - La Calle del Infierno View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Panama

Cienfue is a charismatic Panamanian singer. He manages to have a rock star attitude and still be a nice guy. We know: we had a chance to meet him. Make sure to visit his webpage.

Calle 13 - La Perla View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Panama, Puerto Rico

Meet Rubén Blades, a Salsa superstar. He helped mix Cuban and Caribbean rhythms with Jazz in New York City. Rubén Blades (or, Rubencito here among friends) composed some salsa classics while also excelling as a singer. But that’s not all. Moviegoers may recognize him as one of the victims in Predator 2. He also has a law degree and ran for president of Panama. When this video with Calle 13 was filmed, he was Panama’s Tourism Minister.

Cholito - En la playa con Cholito - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Panama

Cholito prefers the gentle beauty of nature to any colossal modern hotels. There are some plans to develop Cholito’s favorite Panamanian beaches, but he (and many other locals) love the way things are. After our boat ride around the islands, we understand why!

Cholito - En la playa con Cholito - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Panama

Beautiful Panama has been promoted to tourists with the slogan “Se queda en tí” (“It stays with you”). Panamanian waters are great for surfing, for fishing and for floating around and chatting. Let’s meet Cholito, one of the locals, who will show us around in his boat!

Cerro de Ancón - View from Ancón View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Panama

With the right guide atop Cerro Ancón, you can learn about the most important spots in Panama City without fighting traffic. We were lucky enough to find a great guide to show us this beautiful city from on high.

Cerro de Ancón - Poesía de Ancón View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Panama

Our Panamanian friend is proud of historic Cerro Ancón. He even knows some poetry about its lush history. Let’s listen in to learn more about el corazón del universo.

Cerro de Ancón - Entrenamiento View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Panama

One nice morning we found these friendly guys running around Panama while training to participate in different US marathons. One of them is the manager of a professional soccer team. These friends are great proof of how exercise keeps us in good shape and great spirits throughout our lives.

Mach y Daddy - Las solteras

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Panama

¡Oye Mamicitas y Papicitos! Forget about the Spanish! Get up off your colas, it’s time to perrear! Turn up the volume and put your hands in the air! Tell ‘em that you’re single (aunque si no!) Stand up right now and muévete that cintura! (You know you want to!)

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