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Hollywood blinks - stars in Panama

Hollywood blinks - stars in Panama ( Rumor has it that Costa Rica’s neighbor, Panama, increasingly attracts attention from Hollywood stars and other prominent folks, including “green celebrities" known to lend their status to causes like sustainability, charity, and nature preservation.

The abundance of options available to this group begs speculation regarding what exactly inspires them to choose tiny Panama, of all countries.

Are they looking for movie locations, investments - or simply a break from the notoriety of their usual red carpet life style by escaping into Panama’s hilly green interior, undiscovered by the masses? Do VIPs feel more at ease here, with privacy still more respected than in other places? Or is it a combination of above and other factors?

Are stories of increasing celebrity affection with Panama even true?

How much of it is gossip?

At least one “green” Hollywood celebrity, author, and organic lifestyle proponent has openly shared her fondness for Panama’s hills on Twitter. She’s acclaimed writer Ernest Hemingway’s granddaughter, Mariel.

And, according to the museum's website, Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie visited the site where the new Biodiversity Museum is being built, designed by world-renowned architect Frank O. Ghery, who also designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. (Some reports claim that Pitt and Jolie also bought real estate in Panama.)

The roster of other high-profile Panama visitors and actual or prospective land buyers is said to include names like Trump, Mick Jagger, Paris Hilton, Mel Gibson, and many others.

If this trend continues, don’t be surprised if you hear rumors one day that the Dalai Lama, Eckart Tolle, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Mel Gibson, Julia Roberts, Justin Bieber, Oprah Winfrey, and Lady Gaga all vacationed together for a siesta for their souls at G.C.’s solar powered luxurious Rancho hideaway in Caldera, Boquete.

And… if the rumor claims that the luminaries showered Rancho Chef Craig with standing ovations for his gourmet creations at Madre Tierra restaurant terrace by the pool… you’ll know it’s probably true.

Believe it - or not - this is Panama, where many things can happen.

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