Hi, friends and readers:
Do you like the video clip I’ve posted here this morning? I’ve done a lot of things in my lifetime; I’m talking sexually here. I’v done threesomes, foursomes, orgies, you name it. As a gay man, I always felt it was my privilege, indeed my duty, to be creative in my sex life, to explore new territory. But I don’t think I have ever been in a shower with two other guys as a prelude to sex. It looks kind of fun, doesn’t it? I’m not sure which guy I like best in the video. I think the one in the middle, but all three are pretty hot, don’t you think?
Okay, most Panamanian young men are dark and rather short of stature, but occasionally I’ll see one on the street who looks like the young man to the left. All I can say is, “Aye-yi-yi.” What’s strange is, they often will make long eye contact with you, as though they are cruising for sex. But maybe they’re just curious as to why an old gringo like me is giving them the once-over.
Right now, I’m seated by the windows in our seventh floor hotel room in downtown Panama City. Between the high-rises buildings I can see glimpses of the Panama Canal and the Pacific Ocean. I still have not decided whether or not I like this city; I’ll know better by the end of the day. Last night we dined at a Greek restaurant a few blocks from our hotel, very good food and reasonable prices. The white Greek wine was dry and delicious.
This city is noisy and the traffic is crazy. People seem to be in a hurry, unlike those we met in Santa Catalina. Lots of people accost you on the street, offering taxi service and so forth. I simply ignore them. After dinner, we bought a six-pack and a bottle of wine, then we holed up in our room, watching silly Panamanian TV shows hat were mostly cheap rip-offs of U.S. reality shows, really dreadful stuff.
I dozed off pretty early, and now I am up while my boyfriend snoozes in our king bed. Today, we’ll grab a taxi to the “old city” where the city’s cathedral and other historic building are located. We’ll also have a good view of the Panama Canal. I’ll let you know how it goes, friends. In the meantime, have a good Tuesday.