When we reached the Pacific shoreline in Panama City, we were in the heart of the modern part of the city, where there were many many high-rises.
The twisted building on the right is called “The Wall”. Interesting, isn’t it?
There is even a Trump Tower in Panama City, although I don’t think I managed to get a picture of it.
Our guide told us the lower classes were not permitted in this part of the city – the wealthy part – unless they were there because they worked there. In my mind, that’s a despicable form of discrimination.
The building below was on the outskirts of the city, and I believe it’s a museum.
Little to say about this – it’s much like any other large city, each new building trying to be a little bit taller, a little bit more opulent than those around it.
Next time we’ll visit the French Quarter. In the meantime, I hope your days are filled with enough.