A Packed Food Court at MetroMall in Panama

After the distribution of the savings acconts of local banks plus the XIII Month, millions of U.S. dollars have poured into the Panama economy.  Much of this money is spent in our local malls spreaded throught the country.  I visited a popular mall in Panama City, and the vanue was busting at the seams.  This is how is looked on a Sunday afternoon.

Photograph of a food court at MetroMall packed with hungry people in Panama City, Panama. Money flowed like streams of green rivers during the Christmas Holidays. Photo ©Omar Upegui R.

2 thoughts on “A Packed Food Court at MetroMall in Panama”

  1. Omar,

    Ah, I see I have some reading to do! It tickles me to see the food court photos that have been popping up here and there. In Panama, Ontario, Spain, the US – they are so similar. I suppose some of the same companies might be engineering and building them. But think of all those tired feet that are finding rest in them!

    Merry Christmas to you and all you hold dear. I hope the holidays are festive and peaceful!

  2. Hi Linda:

    I saw those same food courts during my trips to New York and Miami. Whenever there’s a good idea, you can be sure it will be copied by others.

    Yes, tired feed and hungry stomachs will certainly find relief in places like these.

    Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones. I hope you continue to inspire us with your beautiful posts which makes us feel so fortunate to be alive.

    God Bless,


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