Over the years, our country has slowly evolved into a gambling country. Almost every city has one or two casinos working round the clock. Many Panamanians leave their jobs after payday, heading directly towards a casino to lose their hard-earned money. This is a common happening in Panama City, where I live.
The picture above is a casino near our home. When I drive through this place, I can see people either in line to get in, or in line to get out. It is a busy place, excellent if you want to lose your hard-earned money. Casinos are dangerous places if you don’t play it safe. We don’t like these places which will rip you off before you know it.