Biking at the Causeway

Posted on Mar 1, 2010 in Amador Causeway Panama

Biking at the Causeway

The Causeway is well known for being the one stop place for jogging, biking, long boarding and many other sports and athletic activities. Let’s start off by saying that you don’t need to bring your own bicycle.   You can rent one at a reasonable price at one of the rental shops. There’s a catch though, you only get thirty minutes to use the bicycle, another thirty minutes would mean another $5. You might end up spending fifteen dollars in one single day, no questions asked. If you have access to a free bike, bring your own.

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Longboarding at The Causeway

Posted on Feb 18, 2010 in Amador Causeway Panama

Longboarding at The Causeway

Longboarding has come a long way. It has turned into a demanding sport requiring a particular terrain. Finding great places to longboard in Panama is not an easy task, but fear not the Causeway has several spots for you to enjoy during any time of the day or week.

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Panama’s Green Initiatives Get New Museum

Posted on Feb 11, 2010 in Amador Causeway Panama

Panama’s Green Initiatives Get New Museum

A new Museum honoring Panama’s remarkable bio-diversity is slated for completion in 2009. Designed by Frank Gehry, best known for his work on the landmark Guggenheim Museum in Spain, the new museum is expected to provide a boost to Panama’s green development initiatives.

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Walking the Causeway

Posted on Feb 1, 2010 in Amador Causeway Panama

Walking the Causeway

Amador Causeway can be a very nice place to drive down in a car but, walking is another experience. The Causeway has a lot to offer when it comes to slick design and beautiful nature. Walking the causeway, whether you’re doing it for exercise or simply for personal enjoyment, is a great idea.

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On the Causeway: Panama’s Biodiversity Museum

Posted on Mar 26, 2009 in Amador Causeway Panama

On the Causeway: Panama’s Biodiversity Museum

A new Museum horning Panama’s remarkable biodiversity is slated for completion in 2009. Designed by Frank Gehry, best know for his work on the landmark Guggenheim Museum in Spain, the new museum is expected to provide a boost to Panama’s green development initiatives.  It is also Gehry’s first work ever in all of Latin America.

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