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GringosAbroad.com
We are a family of three from small town Nova Scotia, Canada. We moved to Cuenca in the summer of '09.
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  • Hamadryade Lodge: Eco-Chic Adventure in Ecuador's Amazon Jungle 1 week ago Hamadryade Lodge: Eco-Chic Adventure in Ecuador’s Amazon Jungle | Bryan Haines | GringosAbroad This is guest post about Hamadryade Lodge is by Magali Ipina, a Canadian expat living in Quito, Ecuador. She started her own advertising agency in Quito 3 years ago, Reversal Studio. Check out their...
  • What do People in Ecuador Eat? My Favorite 15 Foods 2 weeks ago What do People in Ecuador Eat? My Favorite 15 Foods | Drew Haines | GringosAbroad So, what do people in Ecuador eat? In this post. you’ll learn about 15 typical dishes in Ecuador. What Do People In Ecuador Eat? My Favorite 15 There are so many wonderful things about Ecuador – the scenery, the...
  • How to Order Food in Spanish (Simple Phrases and Questions) 2 months ago How to Order Food in Spanish (Simple Phrases and Questions) | Bryan Haines | GringosAbroad Planning a trip and not sure how to order food in Spanish? In this post and video, you’ll learn the basics of ordering food in Spanish. Prefer a printed list? Here are 11 Spanish phrases to use at a...
  • Blending K-12 Online Learning with Hands-On Experiences in Ecuador 2 months ago Blending K-12 Online Learning with Hands-On Experiences in Ecuador | Bryan Haines | GringosAbroad Editors note: Over the years, we’ve covered schooling for expat kids, including homeschooling. In this post by Social Studies teacher Jason Agins (full bio at end of post) you’ll learn about how...
  • Curiquingue: Sacred Bird of the Incans (Ecuador's Caracara) 2 months ago Curiquingue: Sacred Bird of the Incans (Ecuador’s Caracara) | Bryan Haines | GringosAbroad While traveling through the Andes mountains, we’ve seen lots of wildlife. As I went through my photos, I found this falcon-like bird. Here’s what I learned about Ecuador’s curiquingue. In this post,...

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This blog won the Silver Award for best expat blog in Ecuador!

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Beth Gray
13:26 PM February 05, 2014

Hi Dana, You are always 5 stars to me. I wanted to tell you that I was a victim of a snatch and grab on January 22nd. It was in the new ice cream shop on Benigno Malo (I think). The thugs were caught on a video camera in the store and the police have seen the video. I spent some time with the Cuenca police about this matter. I also have a photo from the video. I was in Cuenca trying to get my Residency Visa. But didn't have any money after the got my pocket book with cell phone, $400.00 (for the Residency Visa) and my debit card that I get my social security money. I live in Loja area now but will be in Cuenca the 7th to the 9th this week to spend some time with 3 friends from the United States. They are paying for me so I can stay with them. I was supposed to meet in Galapagos on the 3rd but I couldn't go. Anyway if you would like any more information or a picture of these guys feel free to get in touch. bethgray58@hotmail.com

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