Pro-Ecuador Newsletter: Four Hours To Get A Hug, One Choice to Change the World
June 12, 2013
View From the Roof: Four Hours to Get a Hug; One Choice to Change the World. Continuing with his “revolutionary” theme from last week, Gary visits an Indian saint, and discusses the latest whistle blower revelations rocking the Obama administration and riling the country. Evidence of a paradigm-shift?
A Quiet Interlude in Atacames:Touted as “Ecuador’s most popular beach” by Lonely Planet, Atacames is a town of stark contrasts. Linda takes us on a pictorial jaunt--from shanties to high rises.
Lessons in Latin American Culture: Su-Yin, a newcomer to Ecuador, delves into the mysteries of Ecuador culture by going native. She dons local attire and is part of a virtual cultural community.
New Ecuador E-book Soon To Be Released--Six years of Ecuador experience captured in a 100+ page Pro-Ecuador.com e-book will soon be ready to deliver. Linda has been compiling her adventures and knowledge in a helpful and friendly guide that is a must-read for anyone aspiring to move to Ecuador, or who has recently moved here.
All of the important points are covered--visas, shipping, cultural adjustments, buying a house, negotiating in the market, use of public transportation, and many more. Watch future newsletters to order your copy. At less than $10, it may become the best buy you’ve ever made.