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Contributing to the community is a good thing, trying to change someones way of life is a bad thing. Coffee is the big industry here and its some of the best in the world.Tourism, real estate, building, development, adventure, are a few of the biggies.The laws are strict and pretty much say- Panamanians first The locals work hard and have lots of festivals.They honor the old folks, thier heritage, and way of life. They are more then willing to show you and teach you and help you to find your place in their society.seek out such groups and see what you can learn or contribute to them.Expats living in Panama interested in expat health insurance should take a minute to get a quote from our trusted expat health insurance partner, CIGNA. The labor is provided by the Indians - the Nogobe Bugle.I learned many valuable things and shared opinions and even changed some opinions.
We speak some Spanish and are working on becoming better at it.Supposedly, a sign was posted reading,"NO MORE FU#####G GRINGOS" This is an excellent brief review of how to succeed early in a new environment.I am moving to Boquete in 2012 and I lived several years in Costa Rica.He also mentioned a recent confrontation between "visitors" (read GRINGOS), and the locals about the local customs.Sounded like rich white folk trying to change the native's habits.