Is it best thing to do when in Panama. We've done Princess through the Canal 3 times. Obviously, we've enjoyed it! Have a wonderful time. Read The Path Between The Seas before you go for some excellent perspective.. Enjoy.
Dear Carmela: Just a brief note to applaud your comments on "Día de la Etnia Negra Nacional"! We have come a long way in receiving recognition of our rights as productive citizens in the countries to which we were originally brought.
I like these publications very much for the information they offer. It keeps one connected with the most important events at the family and social level. I take this opportunity to congratulate them for their great silent work for the benefit of many.
Congratulations on 18 years of remarkable service to the Cyberspace news community. I believe it has been the most effective way to keep us connected with family, friends and events to celebrate our heritage.
I congratulate you on the topic that you chose for your new 2017 calendar, I am very glad that it has been well received by your wide clientele. I congratulate her for her work so complete, because it helps us to preserve our customs.
I lived in Panama for 24 years and never took a trip to the Canal until I moved to the US. Thanks for offering this service to expats! It was an incredible experience that I recommend to allwho are still in Panama or planning to visit.
Congratulations on your article. Some will learn and appreciate the diversity and contribution of the Afropanamanian and others will continue to complain and find fault. Keep shouting from the mountain top...
Hi Carmela: I just want to thank you or all the work you have been doing with the CyberNews newsletter. It sure is a good way for those of us who are away from home (Panama) to keep up with what’s happening back there.
As always thanks for keeping up with the events in Panama ,,,, I am always looking forward to read the CyberNews with the trips to the interior of the country as I would like to be there to join the group of hikers.
On a 'partial transit' cruise to the Canal, narrators describe the area and point out the new locks being built as part of the expansion program. The view of Panama City as it pops into view is quite impressive, I definitely recommend.
Congratulations on 18 years of remarkable service to the Cyberspace news community. I believe it has been the most effective way to keep us connected with family, friends and events to celebrate our heritage. You have documented well the one off historical events in our country, the latest being the Youth Crusade with the Pope.
The publication has been widely shared as memories of this event but also the hospitality of the Panamanians. I met with the youth, in Zimbabwe, before they left and now that they are back. They had a memorable visit. They commented on the highly developed country, loved the metro, the weather, and friendliness of the people. Congratulations again, and wishing you and your small team warmest regards, Makorokoto (congratulations in Shona – local language) Well done. Wishing you all many many more years of success.
Gloria (née Chela Reynolds) Kodzwa (Zimbabwe)
Blessed journey and I really enjoyed reading the information. Best wishes to you and your husband…I am proud of you both. BENDICIONES.
Fermin Whittaker (California)
Hi Carm, Hi Alonso:
Congratulations on the 18th year anniversary of the Panama Cyberspace News. What a milestone, and what a blessing you have both been, to our community, throughout those 18 years. Thank you for all that you’ve done and for all that you continue to do. May God bless you both.
Edmundo Johnson (Texas)
Dear Carmela and Alonso:
Congratulations, and continue doing the spectacular job of keeping us informed with the news, and happenings from the Mother Land. Melinda Merritt (New York)
Congratulations, Carmela on the 18th Anniversary of my beloved Cyberspace News. You have done an amazing job of keeping us so informed on our beloved Panama and about our neighbors all over the world keep up the work and I will always be a subscriber to the Cyberspace News. Blessings to you and Alonso. Always,
Amelia Thom (Indiana)
Congratulations Carmela y Alonso. What outstanding and actually amazing dedication to those of us who are receiving the CyberNews and Cyberspace. You have shown excellence in the information you send to us. The labor of love for your work comes through in every edition. We encourage you to continue the using the skills/talent God has given you both. As always, blessings and Happy 18th Anniversary.
Larry and Cecele Hall (Florida)