Pro-Ecuador Newsletter: Mutant Genes in Ecuador Villagers are Found to Increase Longevity, plus, Retire in the Wonderland of Pakakuna Gardens, a Holistic Community.
March 7, 2011
Healthy Living in Ecuador: New research shows that Ecuadorians in a remote village (not Vilcabamba) may hold the key to longevity.
Ecuador News: A New Pill for Cancer? Scientists find that Laron dwarfs in Ecuador do not suffer from cancer or diabetes. With their help, we may soon be able to take a pill to cure these two age-related diseases.
Pakakuna Gardens: One couple’s garden paradise is now being offered to others as a luxurious place to live or retire. An entire village is being built in a private 36-hectare retreat.
Ecuador Stories: When Claus first saw Maria Elena, he knew she would become his wife. Then he almost lost her.
They married, survived a life-threatening situation in Colombia and made their way to Ecuador, where they created the home and gardens of their dreams.
Ecuador Travel Stories: Pro-Ecuador has a new way for you to interact with us and with other readers. Send us your Ecuador travel stories, Ecuador restaurant and hotel reviews or anything else of interest that pertains to Ecuador. It's an opportunity to share your experiences and to learn even more about Ecuador from others.
Cotacachi/Imbabura Real Estate Tour and Introduction to Ecuador Course: 2 tours--one low price! Only $299 per person is the price of your ticket for our 3-day real estate tour and our Introduction to Ecuador workshop. Be one of the first to visit Pakakuna Gardens Residential Development.
It's fun, economical, very informative and a great time-saver. Learn about life, customs and real estate in this area. You'll see the best current real estate listings. We review the real estate buying process thoroughly so you can invest wisely.
2011 Real Estate Tour Dates:
March 17, 18, 19 (two seats remaining)
April 7, 8, 9
May 12, 13, 14
Cotacachi Real Estate for Sale: Experience the Ecuadorian lifestyle in your own walled garden filled with huge avocado and citrus trees. There’s a large main house, caretaker’s house and two-room bodega that can be converted to guest quarters. Located in a town between Cotacachi and Ibarra.