Pro-Ecuador Newsletter: How To Get Robbed in Quito
June 23, 2013
How to Get Robbed in Quito: A prudent warning for bargain-hunters... Su-Yin experiences her first robbery in Ecuador at Quito’s notorious but popular Mercado San Roque, known locally as a “stolen goods” market.
A View from the Roof: Strange Cotacachi Festival Related to World Events: Once again, the indigenous Baila (dance) de San Juan is underway in underway in Cotacachi. And unless this year is an exception, people will die. Gary's provocative article relates events in Cotacachi to world events.
Ecuador Food: Dining on Pig Food: One man’s food is another man’s food for his pigs... Linda recounts a “buyer-beware” story about beet-buying in Ecuador. Make sure to check out her delicious Ecuadorian fusion recipe for beet greens too!
New Ecuador E-book soon to be released--Six years of Ecuador experience captured in a 100+ page Pro-Ecuador.com e-book is almost ready to go. Linda has been compiling her adventures in a helpful and friendly guide that will be 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 the next newsletter to order your copy. At less than $10, it may be the best buy you’ve ever made.
Also to be released is Ray Flett's e-book, "Saving Retirement and Other Adventures," about the crash of his retirement fund and subsequent move to Ecuador. Not to be missed.