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Our family of 4 moved to Manta, Ecuador from South Lake Tahoe, California. We have lived here for 5 years and have gone through many wonderful... read more [Hits: 11 - Added: 24-04-17]http://4000miles.com/
Information about moving to and living the good life in Cotacachi, Ecuador. read more [Hits: 86 - Added: 20-08-10]http://www.cotacachiliving.com/b...
English writer living and travelling in Ecuador - exploring the best food and fiestas from the middle of the world read more [Hits: 30 - Added: 06-01-14]http://thisisecuador.blogspot.co...
Moving abroad is not an easy decision or process. Since we're still in the States getting prepared to leave I hope this blog is especially helpful to... read more [Hits: 40 - Added: 20-03-10]http://www.eddsaid.blogspot.com
Bryan & Dena Haines sold their ad agency, their home and everything but a couple bags of luggage to move to South America. GringosAbroad is a... read more [Hits: 50 - Added: 29-03-11]http://www.gringosabroad.com
Living and travelling in Ecuador and other destinations. read more [Hits: 13 - Added: 11-10-14]http://www.latitudecuador.com/bl...
Follow our journey from the metropolitan city of Vancouver, Canada to Prince Edward Island and on to South America. read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 24-04-14]http://www.gentleislandorbust.bl...
My life in Cuenca, Ecuador as a retired expat from Fort Worth, Texas. read more [Hits: 30 - Added: 03-11-14]http://paulacee.com/
Resources about Ecuador for the savvy traveller. What´s on your bucketlist for Ecuador? read more [Hits: 25 - Added: 17-07-10]http://savvyroundtheworld.wordpr...
This is a blog about saying YES to life. It starts with my saying YES to our new adventure: moving to Cuenca, Ecuador written from the perspective of... read more [Hits: 18 - Added: 15-08-11]http://www.yeseffect.com
Why walk the Camino de Santiago? Our answer was "why not?", but for many people this is a religious pilgrimage equal to the haj to Mecca, for others it's a spiritual journey of discovery, made solo, b... read more
Posted on 9 December 2017 | 12:56 pm
Beyond the Gentle Island: A journey to Cuenca, Ecuador & Beyond!
Cynthia and I pretty much take our daily lives for granted. You most likely do the same. I mean, it's your life and you live it all day every day. You've been doing it for years. What's to think about... read more
Posted on 8 December 2017 | 11:04 pm
eddsaid----ready or not, here i am!!!
Traveling in a developing country is always an adventure. Thus, whenever we head out on a day of travel we prepare ourselves for the adventure to come. When we traveled from our home on the Coa... read more
Posted on 13 May 2017 | 10:40 pm
I’m calling this post free Ecuador Internet tools but they’ll work anywhere in the world. These are some freebies that I use. Browser I use Firefox and have been using it for more than 10 ... read more
Posted on 29 July 2016 | 4:39 pm
Paul Acee's Ecuador
I quite often get asked by my friends and family back home ' But what do you do all week in a strange country far from friends and family?' So I thought it was about time I came clean.Here is a ... read more
Posted on 10 July 2016 | 5:31 pm
Petra and Uwe in Ecuador
The Yumbos were a pre-Incan civilisation in Ecuador dating from around 800AD until the Spanish started coughing and sneezing in their vicinity.They were primarily a peaceful bunch of traders who lugge... read more
Posted on 22 February 2016 | 5:43 pm
A recent post on the Cotacachi Expat’s Facebook page regarding living in the town of Ibarra received quite a few responses. Ibarra is a small city located about 30 minutes by bus from Cotacachi.... read more
Posted on 10 May 2015 | 4:54 pm
Cotacachi Living - Living the Good Life in Cotacachi, Ecuador
Paddling the river Cuyabeno in the Amazon rainforest is a fun experience. Paddling is the best way to discover the wildlife and listening the sounds of the nature and on the way you have time to ... read more
Posted on 8 February 2015 | 4:47 pm
&nbs-p; &n-bsp; - &nbs-p; &nbs... read more
Posted on 20 December 2014 | 5:25 am
Yes, mom and I left Cuenca last November and it has been almost a year since I last wrote a post. Since then there have been many changes, many tears, many good-byes, many hellos, many joys... life wi... read more
Posted on 1 May 2013 | 12:02 am
The YES Effect
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