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    Quote Originally Posted by Canalero View Post


    ..............u know of any more Soca videos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimeout567 View Post
    ..............u know of any more Soca videos?
    cheers to all my sexy ass fellow pana's.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by hottiegal View Post
    cheers to all my sexy ass fellow pana's.........

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    I left today.....

    Definitely on my list of returns for pleasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trinidarkie View Post
    I left today.....

    Definitely on my list of returns for pleasure.
    how was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimeout567 View Post
    how was it?
    Wonderful

    The Panama canal was simply amazing. I went to the restaurant on the canal and could hardly sit still to eat.

    Also went to Panama Viejo, Coastway (we should look into doing something like that in Trinidad), Cosco (sp?) Viejo, and some other places I can't remember now.

    Really nice people.

    Oh and I got a wash and blow, pedi and mani all for $23. I think that blow was one of the highlights of my trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by trinidarkie View Post

    Oh and I got a wash and blow, pedi and mani all for $23. I think that blow was one of the highlights of my trip

    you paid too much

    u can get a manicure, pedicure for less than $5

    $23 is for the entire family

    Last edited by Canalero; 09-07-2006 at 11:08 AM.

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    i feel for some ceviche

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    Quote Originally Posted by trinidarkie View Post
    Wonderful

    The Panama canal was simply amazing. I went to the restaurant on the canal and could hardly sit still to eat.

    Also went to Panama Viejo, Coastway (we should look into doing something like that in Trinidad), Cosco (sp?) Viejo, and some other places I can't remember now.

    Really nice people.

    Oh and I got a wash and blow, pedi and mani all for $23. I think that blow was one of the highlights of my trip
    omg. take me there now.

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    Panamanians are not the only ones of West Indian descent.

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    I just looooooove Panamanian people. Some of our close family friends are from there and such warm and friendly people. Honestly, I have yet to meet an unfriendly Panamanian. Also, the way they have maintained the West Indian culture is admirable. I really need to visit. Maybe that will be my next trip after England.

    And Canalero, dat tune is hot!

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    Yeah I plan to go to Panama also. The main places to find West Indian culture is Bocas Del Toro, Colon, and Rio Abajo in Panama City. In Honduras those of us of West Indian descent come from Tela and Roatan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honduranboy1 View Post
    Yeah I plan to go to Panama also. The main places to find West Indian culture is Bocas Del Toro, Colon, and Rio Abajo in Panama City. In Honduras those of us of West Indian descent come from Tela and Roatan.
    What's it like in Honduras? Are those of West Indian descent there the Garifuna or are there other West Indians groups that settled as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by currygyal View Post
    What's it like in Honduras? Are those of West Indian descent there the Garifuna or are there other West Indians groups that settled as well?
    Nowadays I say most of the black people in Honduras are Garifuna and they have Spanish last names. We West Indians have the English last names and are billingual and we are the other blacks there. Our ancestors are laid off Canal workers who went to Honduras and people who came mostly from Jamaica, Belize, Cayman Islands, and St Kitts to work on the banana plantations and railroads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honduranboy1 View Post
    Nowadays I say most of the black people in Honduras are Garifuna and they have Spanish last names. We West Indians have the English last names and are billingual and we are the other blacks there. Our ancestors are laid off Canal workers who went to Honduras and people who came mostly from Jamaica, Belize, Cayman Islands, and St Kitts to work on the banana plantations and railroads.
    Oh so, there are WIs who were canal workers and other workers too. But the Garifuna there are also of West Indian descent too, are they not?

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