Santa Familia has been a labor of love for many of us for over a decade. Architect Hildegard Vasquez talks about her approach to the site.
Carlos lived in Casco until he got married. Even though he moved out, he has always remained a Casqueño. He has a boutique law firm, DENFAB and when asked about the three things you should know when applying for a visa in Panama, he wrote this piece along with his associate Ricardo Faraudo.
Along about your second day in Casco you will probably bump into Clara, our founding sales agent (and mother of our founder). It could be in the street, it could be at our sales office, it could be at the salon or at a saloon. It doesn’t matter where you are, because she’s everywhere. Want to see what the life of a 70-something lady about town looks like in Casco?
Casco Antiguo is my home, a history-steeped peninsula with a fortress at its tip, jutting into Panama Bay with a panoramic view of Panama City’s skyline in one direction, and Isla Tobago in the other. With its Old Panama atmosphere, its narrow bricked streets and variety of sights, sounds and people, it is an interesting place to study what makes for a happy expat.
This is part of an article written by Arco Properties for Escape from America Magazine to help foreigners think through the decision of whether to expatriate.
When Panama overtook Denmark as the “World’s Happiest Country” according to an international survey of 135 countries by Gallup-Healthways many were surprised.