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Definition of Paradise

The Definition of Paradise: German car, US Salary, Chinese food and…

The Definition of Paradise: German car, US Salary, Chinese food and…

This post is dedicated to all my Expat friends.  I always joke around with them that the lifestyle they have here in Panama truly represents this old definition about Paradise I heard a few years back.

Have you ever heard about this?  Paradise is…

Earning US Salary

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paradise us salary

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Expats are usually working in a Multinational company, most likely under the special SEM law which means that you will earn a Good Salary and DON’T HAVE TO PAY TAXES!

Driving a German Car

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German Car

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Premium Top Branded German cars, all over in Panama.  Again, as an Expat, you can easily buy a nice BMW or Audi for a discounted price (Expats don’t have to pay Import Duties – 25% on Luxury Cars)

Living in a British House

Panama All Inclusive Intercontinental Playa Bonita

British Home

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If you negotiated your contract well, you should have a decent house allowing that would allow you to rent a nice Ocean Front apartments in Costa del Este or Punta Pacifica.

Enjoying some Chinese Food

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Chinese Food

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There are lots good and very traditional Chinese restaurants in Panama.  You can even have a high quality Dim Sum close to the HK or Guangzhou standards.

And… Finding a Latin Lover

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Paradise: Latin Lover

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Well, last but not least, we all know Latin women are HOT, you will be amazed by the beauties you will find in this lovely country. Finding a nice local Panamanian girlfriend or wife is not an issue!

Welcome to Panama….Welcome to Paradise!

(Some says that Hell would be the opposite: Earning Latin America salary, driving a Chinese car, living in a German house, eating American (junk) food, finding a British lover).  It is Just for Fun, Please don’t take it so serious!

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About welcome2panama

The author is a local raised expat. He's been living in the last 25 years in Panama and have been tourist guide, interpreter, translator. He his well connected to the expat community in Panama and would like to share all his insights about this beautiful country with whoever share the same passion. Panama, we love you!

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