It’s now November, and Panama is getting ready to celebrate its Independence Days and Christmas. We already celebrated the 3rd of November, day of Separation from Colombia, 4th of November, Flag Day, 5th of November, Colon’s Day and November 10th, Day of the Independence Shout at Villa de los Santos. We are now waiting for November 28th, Independence Day from Spain. As you can see, November is a month full of national holidays, all related to the history of this great nation.
November is also a transition month to Christmas. Some malls are decking the stores with Christmas decorations. It’s not yet in full swing, but the intentions are there. When December arrives, we’ll see a tropical country transformed into a Northern Hemisphere country flooded with giant Christmas trees, snow flakes and Santa’s reindeers. Children’s love it.
Below are several pictures of several bright red Christmas balls hanging from the ceiling at Metro Mall. I loved the hanging bright red ribbons and their reds Christmas spheres. Straight vertical lines just can’t be missed, and have to be captured with a camera obscura. Below are the pictures of a Christmas in transition in Panama City, Panama. Here we go.
Yep, Christmas is coming soon, and children in Panama just can’t wait. Soon Ho, Ho, Ho will be heard everywhere within the country. Good Day.