Casa Tranquila: What’s New?

Casa Tranquila is a quaint 4 bedroom bed & breakfast guesthouse situated on the isle of Isla Colon in the province of Bocas del Toro. Centrally…

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The Casbah

By Casie Dean There are over 50 restaurants on the island of Colon in Bocas del Toro, so how do you choose where to dine? It’s simple. Ask anyone about The…

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Rainy Day in Paradise? No Problem

When one thinks of a tropical paradise sand and sun are usually in the forefront of those thoughts. But it wouldn’t be the tropics without rain. Rainy season is here as I’m sure you’ve noticed. Now, what to do…. What’s an…

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White-Nosed Coati (Nasua Narica)

It’s a squirrel, it’s a monkey, no, it’s a White-Nosed Coati. While traveling through the Bocas del Toro region from Almirante to Changuinola one day, my taxi came to a screeching halt for what looked to be nothing more than a…

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Floating Doctors Floats My Boat

By Lorie Fagin “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” –Ghandi This month marks two years since I joined the Floating Doctors medical…

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Every Day is Earth Day in Bocas del Toro

by Dr. Tamara Romanuk Earth Day, the day the world (most of it anyway…192 countries to date) celebrates our home, the one and only Planet Earth, for its 44th year. Earth…

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Editor’s Note – April 2014

I would like to dedicate this issue of The Bocas Breeze to a woman I greatly admired, Susan Guberman-Garcia. After great struggle and painful sacrifice, Susan lost her long-time…

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60 Minutes with Mayor Dr. Joe

60 Minutes with Dr. Joe With elections just around the corner in Panama, the Bocas Breeze decided to sit down with Mayor Jose Anderson to take a look back at his…

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