Panama has been characterized by some, including its own citizens, as a third world country. Others, especially within the academic circle, have characterized such countries as “developing”. Nonetheless, what makes Panama unique is the financial,and often times cultural, divide between its citizens and residents. Panama City can easily be mistaken for Miami—with its residential ocean […]
For the people here, this is about so much more than just the soccer and the game, but this is their national identify; their symbol of national pride in the world.
I just returned from a short trip to Roatán, the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands. I have been living in Honduras for just over a month now and up until this point all I had seen of the country was the capital Tegucigalpa and many of the communities we work in. I had seen some […]