Obviously, Panama's big attraction and what you hear elsewhere is the Canal. But it is apparent that the country has much more than the Canal. The country shows it's interesting side from a cultural perspective, with ethnicities that are interesting to learn about. We are only going to be here a few days and will just see a screenshot of what Panama is about, but it gives us an idea.
People are very friendly, really pleasant, like the majority of the Caribbean idiosyncrasy. To us Argentinians the people seem really nice. The people are very warm and inviting, and make us feel good and truthfully we have felt really comfortable here.
Now that you know what Panama is like, did you imagine it would be like this?
It takes a long time to get to know a country. On this opportunity we will go to the country's interior, and we will be visiting El Valle de Antón, some beaches, some handicraft centers. But in the countryside there are always different things, and we are especially interested in the cultural aspect of the interior. A country's interior always has a different idiosyncrasy that is very interesting to observe, with other customs, other ways of talking. Obviously these are experiences that you accumulate and that serve to improve your way of living.
Would you recommend Panama as a country to visit?
Obviously I would come again, because what I have seen is minimal and from what I've heard there's a lot more to see. Of course I'd recommend it, in fact I came here based on a recommendation from a friend of mine. My friend was here last year and he told me, 'Go, explore, it's really nice.'