Not Alice’s, but Dalys’s restaurant. As a newcomer to Volcan I was pleasantly surprised to find that there was a warm and welcoming expat community. A group of about ten people from Canada, Europe and the US regularly meet for breakfast at Volcan’s newest restaurant – Dalys’s. It’s pronounced the same as Alice’s, and, just like the restaurant from the old pop song, in this diner you can get just about anything.
Not Alice’s, but Dalys’s restaurant.
Cabalgata in Volcan. Some Panamanians might think the way to show off their wealth and status is to drive around town in the latest edition SUV. The people of the Chiriqui highlands also love to put on a show, but they do it with greater style and class. For their choice of transportation ostentation, they prefer the four-legged to the four wheeled.
Cabalgata in Volcan
Panama’s oldest highway? Archeologists have established that in the western part of Panama, people have lived for about 2,400 years. Many people I am sure are familiar with the great archeological treasures of Sitio Barriles in Chiriqui. I am also sure that few individuals are aware of the existence of Panama’s oldest highway – the Gariche trail.
Panama’s oldest highway?
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