Panama Vieja

old treetowerPanama City has two “old towns.” The first, Panama Vieja, was ransacked by the English pirate, Sir Henry Morgan in the sixteenth century. There are some ruins that are being restored.

They also have a gallery of local crafts and a fruit stand. I ate the best pineapple of my life at the fruit stand, a smallish size fruit, skinned and sliced as I watched and placed in a plastic bag.

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2 Responses to Panama Vieja

  1. ron says:


    Kent and Phyllis

    I let them know you were staying at the Rebeque.

    Phyllis got involved today.

    Later, Ron

  2. Patrick says:

    Thanks, Ron. We moved on before we had a chance to meet them. I hope Florida is going well.

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