Panama dating culture
However, both Marlene and I, have worked in Panama.
And that’s fine if you’re just lounging around your home, chilling out in a hammock, or running in to the supermarket real quick to pick up some eggs.
So again, these are all things I’ve either witnessed myself or have heard from friends, coworkers, or family members. It’s no secret that men (and women) have moved to Panama and have been swindled by some money-hungry, gold-digging lover. But as with most things negative here in Panama, it happens all over the world, and that’s why I haven’t added the subject to the 10 things list, but will address it on its own.
If you flip through the TV channels and check out some of the reality shows, you’ll see that in the U. plenty of young women are going after older men with money.
You should hear some of the stories we’ve been privy too.
Through what we’ve both learned, we’ve compiled a list, and I want to share that with you now.