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    Best Weekend In A Long Time | Roundup

    my weekend roundup


    Weekend Roundup

    I have had such an amazing weekend it was only fair that I shared that with you guys.

    But before I get to that, this week has been a really tough and stressful time for me. Both professionally and personally.

    Blogging had taken a toll on me. I have suddenly hit an all time lower traffic than usual and that led me to feeling a bit depressed and frustrated.

    Despite efforts to remedy the situation, it still didn’t improve. So I asked some other Bloggers for advice on how they cope during down time. The best response I got was to take a break and that is exactly what I did.

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    My Favourite Stores…Where I Shop in Panama

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    Shopping is one of my favourite hobbies. Is that even considered a hobby? lol I am sure you can tell that one of my favourite shops is Forever21.
    Throughout my work life saving money has never been so hard until I landed in Panama City. As I call it: The city of Skyscrapers and Shopping Malls. There are countless Malls and some Outlet Stores here. Usually when people speak about Panama, they associate it with mainly 2 things, the Panama Canal (which makes up part of the country’s multicultural history) and Shopping.

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    Bridge of the Americas – Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panamá – Picture Diary

     Puente de las Americas

    “Puente de las Americas” called Bridge of the Americas in English (pictured below) is a bridge in Panama that spans the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal.


    Balboa Yacht Club:

    Thinking about going for a yacht ride? Well you are in the right place! This is just one of the activities you can do at Amador Causeway and this is not the only location where there are yachts. If you happen to be in the vicinity of the city, your closest bet would be Yacht Club along the Cinta Costera. But if you are here there are a few things you can do to keep you occupied for a day. That includes shopping in the nearby shopping facility, lunching or dining at anyone of the many fine restaurants, sight seeing, biking and whether you’re a photographer or not, you would want to captivate the ever beautiful scenery.

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    Cinta Costera, Panama City, Panamá – Picture Diary

    The Cinta Costera looks similar to a waterfront except that the strip covers over 35 hectares and are split into 3 main areas.
    What to do here:
    • Sightsee – enjoy the green scenery & skyscrapers overlooking the city
    • Exercise
    • Sports
    • Biking
    • Roller skating
    • Picnic
    • Dine – enjoy a range of fish/shell foods at the restaurants located at the “Mercado de Mariscos” / Fish Market.
    • Buy fresh fish at the fish market

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