House Sharing in David #2

This home is in Villa del Carmen, a quiet middle class Panamanian neighborhood on the north side of David, just within the city limits. The neighborhood is surrounded by woods and a beautiful river runs along the east side. There is only one way in and out so it is quiet and safe, and the neighbors are friendly and welcoming.

My good friend Cedo has an extra room in her charming little house. There is also a recently arrived expat lady from the US staying there, so you would get a mix of Spanish immersion (Cedo speaks no English), and a gringa friend having a similar experience.

Cedo is easy going and not fussy about little things, and will do anything she can to take care of you and make you comfortable. There is internet in the house, and use of a washing machine.

There is a neighborhood bus that comes around every hour or so which can take you to shopping or the downtown terminal, or if you prefer there are inexpensive taxi’s everywhere in town.

Both this and the previous house would be suitable for a well behaved, non smoking single person who would enjoy the experience of living in a nice, very Panamanian household.

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About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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7 Responses to House Sharing in David #2

  1. joeltc1 says:

    Reblogged this on FindingMySelfinPanama and commented:
    Folks looking for lodging will get an idea of what some places here are like from my wife Kris’s post.


  2. Remember when you took us by to meet Cedo? It is a lovely and charming little house indeed, and she was so gracious. What a great opportunity for a single person looking for lodging.


  3. 4sarge says:

    A situation like this would be ideal for me when I make the Trek. A Home Base to be able to return to after and in between my Panamanian Adventures


  4. oldsalt1942 says:

    Reblogged this on One More Good Adventure and commented:
    I have not been to this house, but I have met Cedo on a couple of occasions. She’s a sweet woman, and her house is quite typical of middle-class Panama.


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