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Lourdes Townshend

Lourdes Townshend

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About Me
Even though I come from a family of diplomats and lawyers from Nicaragua, I was born and raised in the city of Panamá, Republic of Panamá.

After graduating high school in Panamá, I continued my studies in languages while in Nicaragua and business while in Florida, USA. I’m fluent in English and Spanish.

I have been blessed with 43 years of happy marriage.

I’m used to meeting new people and making friends easily. I’ve traveled intensively, and enjoy nature, reading, writing, and gardening.

From a professional perspective, I have had intensive training and experience in the airline industry since 1968, and I enjoy providing quality customer service.

I am currently the Public Relations and International Director of M & L Transports Magazine, which is dedicated to presenting the latest information on multimodality and logistic issues in Panamá and around the world, as well as exposing a variety of opportunities in the region for investment, relocation and tourism.
Where I’m From
Panamá
Where I Live Now
Panamá
Areas of Contribution
Nicaragua
Panama
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Panama
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Community Q & A Questions Answered

In retiring in Panamá, your biggest surprise will be the warmth of their people, as well as the contrast between the colonial look and the modern world.  Panama City is very cosmopolitan.  Small country, but a big heart. This combination will... Read More
Service fees, or salaries, vary depending on where you live.  If you are in the city of Panama, the cost would be the highest.  But if you are in the "interior", or countryside it would be according to the importance of that particula... Read More
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Expat Stories Posted

Panamá has always been on a global path, “pro mundi beneficio” (for the benefit of the world).   Since the 15th century, Panamá was the main route for gold from South America to Europe, mainly Spain.  This is one of the reasons why Panamá was always the... Read More
Panamá has the privilege of having some of the best weather in the world, as well as having primary rainforest areas, and the most beautiful nature found anywhere.   The name “Panamá” means “abundance.” Abundance of fish, butterflies and birds.  We have... Read More
In these days that moral and family values seem to be hiding in different ways, we are responsible to fight back to ensure that the new generation has a place where they will raise their children that will be safe, not only from crime or violence, but the safest plac... Read More
The official national dress in Panamá is the pollera. This dress is unique and takes between two to three years to make by hand. Polleras are passed from generation to generation, making them more valuable as the years pass by.   What it makes the pollera un... Read More
Several articles have been written through the years regarding the different issues when considering moving to a different country, especially as a retirement option.   (One of the many eateries in Panamá to enjoy refreshing fruit smoothies with ... Read More
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