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Reminiscences of a Colon Bway (con´t)

chritmas treeWe hope you enjoy Tito Johnson´s memories of Colon as much as we have.  Here is Part II.

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Reminiscings of a Colon Bway

Shelter Bar, now Tommy, and Bohio Cabaret, now mercado, across street.

Shelter Bar, now Tommy, and Bohio Cabaret, now Mercado, across street.

Our bench today from the corner of the Shelter Bar.

Our bench today from the corner of the Shelter Bar.

It is good to be back from our extended hiatus and we are happy to usher in the holiday season with a memory of a Colon of a day gone by.  Our friend and occasional contributor to our blog shared with us his   “Reminiscings of a Colon Bway” which we decided to share with you our readers.  It triggered some buried memories of my second home, Colon, with its unique West Indian character- of those times anyway.  Thank you Tito, my friend. Continue reading

A Memory Game

Recognize anybody here.

Recognize anybody here?

Since we started this blog to highlight the rich cultural legacy of the Silver People of Panama, we’ve put out a call to all our descendants and to people whose lives were touched by them to send us photos and any other artefacts, histories, memorabilia, etc. that they may want to share to bring The Silver People to remembrance. Continue reading