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Tips for Living in Ecuador

Tips from expats and experts about moving to Ecuador and living in Ecuador.

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Ave-Tourism ~ Ecuador Land of Birds

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Ecuador may be small, but it is a true world power in terms of birds in its territory. Of the 9,702 bird species reported in the world, 1,640 are in Ecuador. The country has everything needed for birdwatching: good infrastructure, a variety of locations, a diversity of ecosystems and of course hundreds of birds. (Continue Reading)

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Bank Etiquette

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Most ATM's disperse $5's $10's, and $20's with a max of $300 at a time no matter what your withdraws limit is.. Banks will change $20's to ones or dollar coins. ATM's do often run out of cash but banks will take your debit card and in most instances give you more than $300 if your card allows it. (Continue Reading)

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Gay Travel Contact for Ecuador

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A friendly face and great contact for information about travel and living here in Ecuador for the GLBT community

Francisco Guayasamin is PAIS CANELA and can be contacted for assistance through the following ~

Screen Names: canelatravelsur(Yahoo! Messenger) , canela_travel(Yahoo! Messenger), franciscoguayasamin(Yahoo! Messenger), paiscanela(Skype), paiscanela(Yahoo! Messenger)

Website: http://guayasamin. (Continue Reading)

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Cuenca ~ Hidden Cemeteries

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Have you visited Cuenca's hidden cemeteries? These are the crypts located inside churches. There was a belief that being buried in a church allowed people to be nearer to God. The catacombs of the Catedral de la Inmaculada have been open to tourists since last year. (Continue Reading)

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It's Carnaval! In Ecuador ~ March 1 through 4 2014

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Carnaval is the celebration of Excess and Naughtiness the days from Sunday through Tuesday prior to (Continue Reading)

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