The Panama Canal is a National Treasure

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Growing up in the U.S., my introduction to the Panama Canal could be summarized as: The U.S. built it, then one day benevolently signed it over to the Panamanian government. In the U.S. there is very little mention of the canal outside of that na

2016-08-01 17:50:41  

Canticos – Los Pollitos / Little Chickies

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I’m really excited to share this new book collection and app with you guys because it’s adorable and amazing in every way. By the end of this post, you’ll see what I mean. The book series and apps are part of a project called Ca

2016-07-26 18:59:25  

Seeking Superpowers in the Bat Caves of Bastimentos

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The island of Bastimentos in the Bocas del Toro archipelago seems to me like a mini-ecosystem in itself. The largest island of the Archipelago is covered in dense forests, lined with breathtaking beaches, filled with exotic animals and plants and

2016-07-25 20:50:00  

6 Ways to Piss Off a Panamanian

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Panama is one of the most beautiful, diverse, and fascinating countries in the world and more and more travelers visit this Central American wonderland each year. Panama’s most famous landmark is the Canal, but it's so much more than that! Panama

2016-07-18 13:27:34  

Quetzal 101: How to Spot Panama’s Most Popular Bird

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What's with Boquete and its Quetzals? Yep. They're quite important. And yes, you can read more about them here... #Streetart in #Boquete, #Panama #urbanart #graffiti #graffittiart #visitpanama #igerspanama #travel #learnspanish #hablaya #pty #pty

2016-07-11 20:52:50  

The Gang Tour: Casco Viejo Through the Eyes of Its Own People

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The beauty of Casco Viejo’s narrow cobblestone streets, creeping ivy and bougainvillea, and restored colonial buildings needs no introduction. Casco Viejo, with its tree lined plazas anchored by ancient cathedrals and fine cafes dotting every cor

2016-07-04 18:44:11  

Whistle Speakers of the Chinantec Language

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While it’s only anecdotal, I can say in my own experience I’ve noticed the Latin Americans I know use whistling a lot more than any other group. There are whistles to get people’s attention, whistles of appreciation, and whistle

2016-06-20 17:59:27  

4 Free and Cheap Ways to Get Your Body Summer Ready in Panama City

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Anyone who has ever lived in a city knows how easy it is to fall into a routine. If you come for a long term learning vacation to study Spanish in Panama City, after several months you could end up like I did: you go to Spanish class, go out to y

2016-06-20 15:38:27  

Ngäbe-Buglé Comarca’s Challenges | Health / Medical Assistance: Part 5

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This is the fifth and last of a 5-part series about the biggest problems in the Comarca Ngäbe-Buglé and how they are being addressed. You can click here to see the 1st part here about Physical Infrastructure, here for the 2nd part about Social Pr

2016-06-13 15:54:38  

Changing Accents & The Chameleon Effect

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I saw recently on the news that famous Colombian Shakira was getting some flack for “forgetting her roots.” It turns out, Colombian fans overheard Shakira on the set of a music video speaking with a Spanish accent, rather than her nat

2016-06-06 16:45:19  

7 Fun Ways to Improve Your Child’s Spanish This Summer

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Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. No payment, monetary or otherwise, was received by Latinaish.com. This is a guest post with language learning tips from PandaTree which includes a code for a free session for Latinaish readers! Summertime

2016-06-01 01:37:46  

Things to Know That Can Make or Break your Panama Vacation

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When I first arrived in Panama City, I expected it to be a booming metropolis full of English speakers. I expected to have to order all the products that I’m used to using from the U.S. rather than buy them right here. I had a long list of expect

2016-05-30 21:43:10  

Vincent’s Recommended Eats in Bocas del Toro, Panama

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Where to eat in Bocas del Toro? Considering the size of our beach town there are loads of amazing eateries. Last week one of our Spanish students wrote this list with his own 8 favorite Bocas' restaurants and asked us to share it here. This is on

2016-05-26 23:19:52  

Top 8 Must Have Apps for Panama City, Panama

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Panama City is a booming metropolis that is always filled with activity. Anyone who comes here immediately seeks the hidden secrets to make enjoying the city, making new friends, and staying in touching with others simple and easy. Here are the 8

2016-05-23 18:34:45  

Ancestry DNA: Part 4

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In Part 1 and Part 2, I took you through the process and results of my own DNA test with Ancestry.com – Now it’s Carlos’s turn! Check out Part 3 for Carlos’s thoughts before taking the test. Part 4 (this final post) is Car

2016-05-05 00:25:32  

The Bilingual Household: Changing Family Dynamics and The End of an Era

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Family dynamics are complicated in any household, but in a bilingual household, even more so. The addition or subtraction of one member can change everything – and I think that is what we’re getting ready to face in our family as our

2016-04-27 23:35:01  

Conversations at Casa López – Part 9

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Here we go – my family’s most recent “bilingual moments” and funny conversations. (Be sure to share your recent funny conversations in comments!) — Telivision/Boxing Match: …the new champion, de Sinaloa México,

2016-04-11 14:50:20  

Ancestry DNA: Part 3

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In Part 1 and Part 2, I took you through the process and results of my own DNA test with Ancestry.com – Now it’s Carlos’s turn! Around this time last year I asked Carlos if I could order the DNA test for my birthday present. Eve

2016-03-20 20:10:48  

Ask Latinaish: How Can I Learn Spanish?

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Over the years I’ve received hundreds of emails from people who have stumbled upon Latinaish.com and, recognizing a kindred spirit, reached out to me. Sometimes they want a recipe for sopa de mondongo, or to know the meaning of a word in Sa

2016-01-03 05:08:48  

Playlist: Paz

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During the month of December, blogueras Romina of Mamá XXI and Laura of Mamá Especial Cuenta Conmigo are posting messages of peace on their blogs and social media channels as part of the #MamisPorLaPAZ initiative they created. You can read more a

2015-12-16 21:27:27  

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