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  1. Boquete Newcomers - Useful resources (by no means, is this list complete but it can get you started with information about your new town) Public Facebook groups: (sign up for notices) - login into your Facebook page and search BOQUETE Examples: Boquete Community Group – information about what’s going on in town, places to rent, public notices Boquete Music Calendar – what’s happening at the bars / live music venues/ who’s playing Meet Boquete Newcomers – social group and information sharing efforts. BCP – Local Theatre, weekly talks, and sponsor of Tuesday Market 9.00 a.m. – 12 noon every Tuesday - across the bridge near the Feria. Mayor’s office : Alcaldia De Boquete ( public notices about water, elec., projects etc.) and Municipio Boquete Public websites: Sign up for notices news.boquete@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/News.Boquete/ http://www.chiriqui.life/ https://boquete.ning.com/ https://allaboutboquete.com/ APPs: Boquete and Beyond https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.chiriqui&hl=en ( listings of all kinds of things here – avail for Android) Panama Good Times (avail for Android and iPhone) – details about all types of things, tours, places, restaurants In need of health equipment /hospice /what to do if die in Panama : http:// www.boquetehealth.org ( can obtain printouts to complete) Emergency services/spanish translation/police contact/ambulance/fire contact/medical discounts: Rodny Direct ( subscription) https://rodnydirect.com/ Mail / shipping services : Post office is located across from the Park, in the corner of the Admin building MailBoxes Etc., EShop Boquete, UnoExpress (Alto Boquete), Fletes Chavales – overnight and goods shipping – approved by US Embassy Supermarkets ( Mercado ) e.g .Super Baru , Romero’s, Mandarin ( Bajo Boquete) and host of smaller ones; Alto Boquete : Ivan’s , Dorado, Mini Dorado, El Dorado Plus etc. (To get keys cut, plumbing parts and groceries = Mandarin) Banks: Multibank, Banco General, Global Bank, Banco National, Banistmo (David – has ATM in Super Baru) Cell phone services: Mas Movil, MoviStar ( have offices here) , Claro (David) Volunteer organizations: heaps of them!! for handicapped, dogs, cats, children, education, veterans, indigenous causes Social groups: several for women ( e.g. Chica’s, Girls and Gals ) and men ( e.g. Romeo’s) etc Boquete Newcomers - information sheet.docx
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    Well, this month's full moon is a bit earlier than normal so I apologize for the short notice. Regardless, Our Sunday Drum Circle is indeed on the Hunters Full Moon. Read about it here: https://www.almanac.com/content/full-moon-october Let's kick off a great evening with a Mexican Plate at Casa Viejo Restaurant starting at 4 PM. Not only will you get a nice plate of Mexican Food but also dessert and a free beer or other non-alcoholic beverage. The $9.00 price includes tax but please reward the heroic efforts from Nancy and her team with a generous tip! Please call or whats app Nancy for your reservation and if you have a special diet let her know. You can reach her here: 6550-9877 Following dinner our Drum Circle starts about 6 pm and lasts a couple hours.
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    Drum circle at 4 pm today at Stone Cabins. Our Full Moon Drum Circle and Dinner will be this Sunday the !5th. Starting at 4 pm enjoy a Drummers Special Dinner with the cast from The Old Timey Radio Show. For only 9 bucks including tax you have a choice of fish or chicken, sides, dessert and a free national beer or soda. Drumming starts at 6 pm. Come early and check out the new patio and grab a loaner drum before they are all gone!
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    It's time again to celebrate the Full Moon . The Thunder Moon Dinner and Drum Circle will be held at Casa Viejo Restaurant and Stone Cabins. Enjoy this Drummers Dinner Special during the whole day but if you want to sit with Boquete Drummers at 4 pm then you need to RSVP Nancy by phone or What's App 6550-9877. The dinner offers a choice of breaded fish with tartar sauce or chicken fillet with fine herbs sauce, side dishes, salad, dessert and a free beer or soda for only 9 bucks including tax. (Does not include tip). Drumming will commence about 6 pm on the terrace. Drumming is free to everyone and loaner drummers are available for free!
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    Excellent food and excellent specials this month of July at Casa Vieja. Come and enjoy. (It is the Blue House on the left as you are coming into Boquete from David.) Tuesdays 2 for 1 Hamburgers. And they are big and juicy! Different specials each weekday listed below. Hours: Restaurant opens Tuesdays through Fridays at 3:00, and on Saturday and Sunday opens at 12:00 noon. The owners who value good food and good service are putting together more specials for the month of August. And remember those Cokes that came in glass bottles from years ago? Yes they have them here.
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    Hi Drummers, Our July Full Moon Drum Circle is this Sunday the 14th. We drum at 6 pm but thanks to Casa Viejo Restaurant, they now offer a great drummers dinner special. Boquete Drummers will meet at 4 pm for a group meal. The Special is fish or chicken, sides, green salad, dessert and a free beer or soda for the special price of only $9.00 including tax! This offer is open to the public and is availabile before and after drumming. Remember, the bar at Stone Cabins opens at 6 and there's free loaner drums! Free Fun For Everyone.
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    Hey folks, we are having a REAL community social July 4th Celebration at Skateworld Events Center. Thursday, July 4th from 4-7 pm. ALL welcome. We will be serving traditional July 4th picnic food, burgers/hotdogs, and LOTS of side choices with prices starting at $5 per plate. Desserts & cocktails. Music...and not too loud...we want you to be able to chat!! Kids are welcome and fireworks are welcome. Lets enjoy our friendships with some good food and conversation. See ya there!!
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    Join Boquete Drummers for a Special Father's Day Dinner at Casa Viejo Restaurant before our full Moon Drum Circle at Stone Cabins (next door) . Enjoy Grilled Rib Eye Steak or Trout and all the trimmings including a special coffee flan for dessert. A free national beer or soda is included as well as the tax for a special price of only $15.00! Drummers will gather at 4 pm for dinner and drumming will state on the terrazzo about 6 pm.
  9. Boot Scootin' Boogie at Skateworld Event Center...Saturday, Jun 22 starts at 5pm. We will have 2 steppin & line dancin'...oh, and some good 'ole rock n roll thrown in. We will be serving our famous pulled pork/smoked chicken, potato salad & Texas beans....no cover charge. Just come out and have some fun...eatin', dancin', socializin'......message us for reservations at skateworldofboquete@gmails.com........remember folks, our BBQ events are usually packed. See ya there!!
  10. We had dinner with friends at Oasis Restaurant last night. This is one of our favorite places to eat.....always good food and great service. What a pleasant environment with the garden filled with colorful flowers and those happy but noisy frogs splashing in the stream. Will always have fond memories remembering our times here and sad that Oasis will close soon.
  11. Our goal at Finca Santa Marta is to provide you with the freshest organically grown produce available in Panama. 95% of the fresh produce we sell is grown on our farm in Santa Marta. Below is a list of some of the items we will have available at the Tuesday Morning Market in Boquete. We also deliver orders to Dolega and David on Tuesday afternoon and Volcan on Friday afternoon. Contact us through the web site for more information. Pre-order from our web site, http://www.fincasantamarta.biz/ to avoid the disappointment of missing out on the limited quantities of some items. Orders ahould be submitted by Monday morning at 7:00 am. Questions? Email me through the web site or phone 777-9229 and leave a message with call back number if you need assistance... or call Ron at 6459-5218. Items available this week: Hydroponic lettuce – pesticide free Organic Avocados Organic Jackfruit Organic Saril - Jamaican hibiscus Organic Bok Choy Organic Okra Organic Egg Plant Organic Kale - 2 Varieties Organic Mustard Greens Organic Dandelion Greens Organic Collard Greens Organic Criollo Cherry Tomatoes Organic Fresh Cut Culinary Herbs Organic Ginger Organic Galangal Organic Turmeric Organic Sweet Potatoes Organic Salad Mix Organic Spinach Organic Radishes Organic Sprouts - Alfalfa blend Organic Sunflower Sprouts Organic Hot Peppers Organic Chocolate from Bocas Organic Coconut Oil from Playa Barqueta Organic Cold Pressed Coconut Oil - Imported Fresh Made Pestos Free Range Chickens and eggs - near organic Chicken Feet, Livers and Gizzards - near organic Diatomaceous Earth Epsom Salt and much more. Saludos, Ron and Kim Miller and all the FSM crew
  12. GFG Panaderia y Cocina Come down and check us out in Alto Boquete, beside the Chopsticks restaurant in the big green building south of the new Texaco gas station. We are a dedicated gluten free bakery and kitchen. We have daily breakfast and lunch specials that you can enjoy seated inside or on the covered patio outside. We always have at least one vegetarian/vegan offering that is not just a salad! Our prices are reasonable at $5 to $8 for items, with the portions being large and all the food being made on site. We also offer frozen soups and meals for you to take home. Coffee is always on and there is always a little something for you to try. Hope to see you soon! Colleen, Rose Marie and Veronica
  13. Brundageba

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    From the album: Brundageba's Photo Album

    Ok so it's a toss up between an anorexic chicken wandering the high mountains dying of old age, and a skinny tough octipus. Lots of chew but not much else going for it. I think if we kill another one out here we'll give it a Ngobe burial and head out to eat for dinner.
  14. Good morning from Finca Santa Marta Thank you for supporting Finca Santa Marta, your sustainable, organic farm in western Panama. We invite you to try our fresh organic vegetables and fruits and free range chickens and eggs. See our web site at http://www.fincasantamarta.biz/ to see what all we offer and/or to place an order for pickup at the Tuesday Morning Market in Boquete or drop off points in Dolega or David on Tuesday afternoon. We also ship to locations all over Panama served by Uno Express on Thursdays. Contact us for more information about our services. Email us through the web site or phone Ron at 6459-5218 or 777-9229 and leave a message and call back number. Here is a partial list of available products: Sweet Potatoes (organic) Coconut Oil (organic) Fresh Goat Milk (organic) Kale (2 varieties – organic) Collard Greens (organic) Cherry Tomatoes (organic) Okra (organic) Bok Choy (organic) Green Beans (organic) Mañzana bananas (organic) Persian limes (organic) Buttercrunch head lettuce (hydroponic – no pesticides) Romaine lettuce (hydroponic – no pesticides) Hot peppers (organic) Spinach – Malabar vine type (organic) American Style Baby Spinach Esalada mixta Frozen whole chickens (free range – near organic) Fresh eggs (free range – near organic) Scallions (organic) Peanut butter (organic – imported) Chocolate powder and nibs (local organic) Essential Oils (imported) Gluten Free Products (imported) Fresh cut herbs (organic) Dried Herbs and spices (organic – imported) Brown rice (organic – imported from USA) Quinoa (organic – imported) Popcorn (organic – imported from USA) Herb plants (organic) And much more Let us know what we can grow for you. Ron and Kim Miller and all the FSM crew
  15. Hola from Finca Santa Marta We offer the freshest and largest variety of organic produce and near organic produce available at the Boquete Tuesday Morning Market including near organic goat milk and goat milk yogurt. To insure that you receive all your requested products, please order by midnight Sunday from our web site. See http://www.fincasantamarta.biz/ to see what all we offer. We also deliver to Dolega and David on Tuesday afternoon on our way back to the farm. We again have hydroponic lettuce grown without using any pesticides. These include Butter Crunch head lettuce, Red Leaf Lettuce and Romaine Lettuce and are grown in Boquete's largest hydroponic greenhouse. Or try our near organic Mixed Leaf Lettuce or Baby American Style Spinach grown in a large Volcan greenhouse also without the use of any pesticides. Here is short downloadable PDF from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute located in Panama that explains the overuse of pesticides in Panama in detail. https://www.stri.si.edu/english/PDFs/culebra_education_eng/pesticides_panama.pdf We grow and process free range chickens and eggs in a government certified processing area. We also offer a multitude of organic products imported from the USA including Brown Rice, Quinoa, popcorn, Bob’s Red Mill mixes and grains including oats and muesli, food grade diatomaceous earth, peanut and almond butter and much more. Also pure essential oils and numerous spices including turmeric and cayenne pepper. Finca Santa Marta is owned by Expats Ron and Kim Miller and operated by 16 dedicated Panamanians who are all committed to growing the healthiest and most nutritious food products available in Panama. Founded in 2007, we continue to evolve and grow... pun intended. What can we harvest fresh for you this week? Questions or comments? Phone Ron at 6459-5218 or Richard, our bilingual farm manager at 6242-9308. Or you can call our office at 777-9229 and leave a message and call back number. Salud y Saludos, Ron and Kim Miller
  16. From the album: Brundageba's Photo Album

    Restaurant? Los Delfines, Limones Burica penninsula . Crunchy, garlic breading. GREAT
  17. Save this date: Friday, March 18th at 4 pm. Dinner, free drinks and cajon drumming. Practice drums available for free use, Come show your stuff! Just across and down the street from Ana's Sweets. For more information click here: almills10@gmail.com
  18. I believe we have a "restaurant row" here in Boquete. All located north of the main church, just a few doors from each other and on the same side of the street. Retrogusto (Italian) Art Cafe (French) Mar de Grau (Peruvian) La Posada (Pizza) There are many other good eateries here in town. Enjoy them all.
  19. As we finished eating dinner tonight at home, I said to my husband: "What would we do without PriceSmart Potstickers?" "They are consistently good," my husband agreed. To be fair, Candice Chrestman's Thai dipping sauce really made the meal. I love Pricemart Potstickers because I don't like to cook. I'm not good at it. Having a meal that I cook come out well is statistically at chance. I throw the cooking dice and hope for the best. Which is why I love restaurants. They do the cooking for me. I wish I could say that they all do it well, but here are some examples of some Boquete restaurant faux-pas (all restaurants are now out of business or under new ownership): A restaurant charged me for the meal which I wouldn't eat even though I complained that meat sauce thrown over lasagna noodles was not lasagna. They said it was "bastante bien." Maybe. But it wasn't lasagna. When I quietly pulled an owner over to let him know that my friend and I had both experienced food poisoning symptoms after eating at his restaurant, he yelled at me to "stay the f_ _k out of my restaurant." I did as requested. A fairly large restaurant had no waiters or bartenders when my husband went to order a pizza to go. He ordered it directly from the chef who didn't know where everyone was. If you've lived here for a while, I bet you have similar stories. I don't have any funny horror stories to tell about Retro Gusto, a new restaurant in town down the street from the Catholic church. It has an open dining area which is spacious and chic in an understated way and a nice selection of appetizers, salads, pasta dishes, meats, and pizza. I ordered the meat pizza and was pretty clear that I did not want chicken on it. It came with chicken. When I pointed it out to the waitress, she cheerfully returned it to the kitchen. My pizza (sans chicken) came back again with a light crust, a nicely seasoned sauce and tasty toppings. My husband had the pork chop, that although a bit overcooked, was "very flavorful." We then had the Nutella dessert pizza, which was delectable. A chewy crust with plenty of that sweet hazelnut filling. I could live on the Nutella's pizza alone. Considering the quality and quantity (a lot) of the food, the prices were reasonable. The menu said that the prices were "promotional" so I hope that they are not raised in the near future. They're just right where they're at. Nothing kills a restaurant in Boquete faster than overpriced food. Davide Care', the owner, stopped by to apologize for the mix-up on the order and to ask us how everything was, which is something that seldom happens in Boquete. He had previously opened a restaurant in Shanghai that was very successful, and I can see why, considering his attention to detail and concern about his customers. Davide's vision is "creating the first Italian farm to table in Panama which is in synergy with all the amazing producers of region. What makes a restaurant successful is location, concept and soul...you need the last one to succeed." And let's not forget consistency. In Boquete, owners practically need to live at their restaurants to insure consistency. Which, in addition to not being able to cook, is why I would never open a restaurant. Let me raise my glass of wine to toast the new Retro Gusto. May it continue to serve great food at reasonable prices on a consistent basis. May it become one of those restaurants that you automatically think of as an option when you decide to go out and eat. In the mean time, I have my home menu of either Potstickers, grilled chicken, or meat loaf. I can make a mean meat loaf when the cooking dice are in my favor.
  20. www.BoqueteHardwoods.com Contact: Mark Heyer - 6499-6074 - info@boquetehardwoods.com
  21. Good morning, A new shipment of goodies has arrived from the USA to FSM. Back in stock: Diatomaceous Earth – organic food grade, All Natural Almond Butter and Peanut Butter, Dr. Bronner’s All Natural Liquid Soaps, Large Organic Coconut Oil, and much more. Order early to make sure you get you Georgia Jet Sweet Potatoes for Thanksgiving. Looking for near organic goat milk and yogurt? We have it available if you order early. Our organic greens are second to none so make sure to place your order today, Sunday by midnight so we can harvest them fresh for you for Tuesday’s market. Go to our web site at http://fincasantamarta.biz/ to place orders or to email me questions or comments. If necessary you can call Richard, our bilingual Panamanian farm manager on Monday at 6242-9308 with questions. Hope you have a great day and Happy Thanksgiving on Thursday. Ron and Kim Miller and the FSM crew.
  22. Good morning, Finca Santa Marta grows and distributes organic produce and other organic products along with Free Range chickens and eggs. Fresh organically grown kale, collard greens, cucumbers, jicama, arugula, bok choy, mañzana bananas, ginger, galangal, turmeric, hot peppers, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, and fresh cut herbs are just a few of the items we offer. Organic coconut oil, diatomaceous earth, natural peanut almond butter, organic popcorn, and many other items are available. We deliver pre-orders to the Boquete Tuesday Morning Market and Dolega and David on Tuesday afternoon. So… Today is the day to get your order in via our web site http://www.fincasantamarta.biz/ so we can harvest some fresh organic produce for you for Tuesday’s Market or delivery. Ordering deadline is Sunday at midnight. Questions or comments may be directed to me via the web site or you can phone our office phone at 777-9229 and leave a message and call back number or Skype me at FincaSantaMarta. Or phone Richard at 6242-9308. Salud y Saludos Ron and Kim Miller and the FSM crew.
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