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  1. Birding Field Guides Releases New Version of Birdwatching App for PanamaRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | 24-7 Press Release

    A new version of the Birding Field Guides app for Panama became available in the iTunes Store on December 19, 2014. This is the only digital field guide app in the iTunes Store that is completely focused on the bird species of Panama.

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  2. Birding Field Guides Releases New Version of Birdwatching App for PanamaRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    The first birding app for Panama is a digital field guide that includes photos, sounds, text, and range maps for more than 700 species of birds. PRLog - Dec. 20, 2014 - SANTA BARBARA, Costa Rica -- A new version of the Birding Field Guides app for Panama became available in the iTunes Store on December 19, 2014.

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  3. Panama Relocation Tours Announce Its Exciting Itinerary in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | LivePressWorld

    Panama Relocation Tours, Inc. is definitely all set for 2015 as it announces its tour itinerary for the next year. The company will kick off its first round of tours on January 17, 2015.

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  4. Hampton by Hilton Announces Opening of First Hotel in PanamaRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Hotel Interactive

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  5. Hampton by Hilton Opens First Hotel in PanamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Hotel Business

    Hampton by Hilton continues its international expansion with the opening of its first hotel in Panama. Hampton by Hilton Panama, a 108-room, new-build hotel managed by Hilton Worldwide, joins the global brand as the company's fifth hotel in Panama.

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  6. Where Could You Afford to Retire Overseas?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | US News & World Report

    Your retirement income will determine what type of lifestyle you are able to lead. But how much more would your retirement income buy you if you were to retire overseas? Your cost of living anywhere is highly controllable and depends not only on where you live, but also how you live.

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  7. On Native GroundTHE West Explosion: a Disaster that Didn't have to HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2013 | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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  8. On Native GroundTHE House of Cards Starts to WobbleRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- When I first came to southern Vermont, in 1987, I had been on the road in South and Central America - literally on the road - for 14 years.

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  9. The Panama Canal: More than a wonder of the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Jerusalem Post

    In the past, cruise ships sailed all the way through the canal but lately, on 10- and-11-night Caribbean itineraries, partial transits have become increasingly popular. I can't believe it: It's six in the morning and I'm standing on the deck of the Holland America Line's cruise ship MS Zuiderdam, sipping a mimosa .

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  10. COHA Research: Nicaragua Prepares for New Canal through Isthmus,...Read the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | PressReleasePoint

    On December 22, Nicaragua will begin construction on a $50 billion USD canal that once in operation will open a new link between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. However, domestic opponents from all political parties and social classes are gathering to oppose this ambitious undertaking.

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  11. 5 Developed Countries That Welcome ExpatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Investopedia

    There is a whole new world in which countries are competing for more residents - and their tax dollars - by encouraging foreign nationals to establish residency. The benefits of establishing residency include the ability to bank and conduct business in that country, as well as obtain health benefits there.

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  12. On Native GroundTHE House of Cards Starts to WobbleRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- When I first came to southern Vermont, in 1987, I had been on the road in South and Central America - literally on the road - for 14 years.

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  13. Bocas del Toro is a wild ride, waves or noRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | The Wave

    If you want to get away from the bustle of the town center for a more resort feel, head to Playa Tortuga, which has a pool, private beach and buffet breakfast; around $165-$200 nightly, hotelplayatortuga.com There are also several oceanfront accommodations on Carenero Island, and Red Frog Beach on Bastimentos Island has options for visitors who want more of a jungle experience, with a short walk to less-crowded beaches. Where to eat: There's no shortage of fresh seafood on the islands, and you can't miss with any of the local restaurants' interpretations of ceviche.

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  14. Panama City beer gogglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Western Star

    Antique beer signs, inspirational beer quotes, keg basins in the bathrooms and 10 foot high stainless steel fermenters are a few things that give La Rana Dorada it's hybrid vintage-industrial, microcerveceria vibe. Pair that with its setting in Casco Viejo - the Spanish, colonial district in downtown Panama City and you've got a great example of how Kristen and I are getting acquainted with our destinations through its beer.

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  15. Rhodes Scholar heading to Oxford to study ways 'the brain can go awry'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Stanford

    Undergraduate Emily Witt is one of two Stanford students selected to receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study abroad at Oxford next year; an announcement was made late last month. Witt is a human biology major with a concentration in neuropathology, and she's minoring in psychology.

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  16. On Native GroundTHE West Explosion: a Disaster that Didn't have to HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2013 | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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  17. International Property ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Wall Street Journal

    CBRE Group broker Elizabeth Rodriguez stands in vacant office space in Panama City's Oceania Business Plaza office tower. Brokers estimate that the tower is about 60% occupied roughly three years after it opened.

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  18. Floating Doctors-Healing People One Island at a TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Messenger

    Raised in Topanga, Dr. Ben La Brot envisioned Floating Doctors to provide medical care in remote areas. Here, he treats a young patient in a village in Panama.

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  19. Denver now has a direct link to Panama CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Denver Post

    DECEMBER 03: Roberta Braum, center, boards a flight to Panama City at Denver International Airport, December 03, 2014. United Airline is now offering a nonstop service between Denver and Panama City.

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  20. On Native GroundTHE West Explosion: a Disaster that Didn't have to HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2013 | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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