PHOTO ESSAY – From The Top of THE YELLOW BUS

PHOTO ESSAY – From The Top of THE YELLOW BUS

ISSUE 9 PAGE 28 Photos by Sherry b. Johnson I was talking to a friend the other day in El Centro and the Yellow Bus drove by. The conversation stopped for a minute and then he said, “Ya know…the city looks much different from the top of a bus.” I agreed with him and, as you
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CULTURE – Cuenca’s Churches: a History of spirituality

ISSUE 9 PAGE 16 By Carolina Jaramillo Malo As travelers or dwellers, we have all felt a city’s heart beat in tune with ours. Breathing in a new place is a unique type of falling in love, an inner rapture with its rhythm and beauty. Every city gives off a singular scent, a singular sensation
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A trip to the past

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – A trip to the past  

ISSUE 8 PAGE 16 Y 17 Story By Andrew Johnson Photos By Dave Johnson Ed. Note: We thought it would be refreshing to read about the first Cuenca Expats Magazine Travel Club trip from the perspective of a 17-year-old. The reality is, if you want to know anything about either of the two places we
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A Face of el Cajas you Haven’t Imagined. The secrets of adaptation.

NATURE – A Face of el Cajas you Haven’t Imagined.

ISSUE 9 PAGE 19 Story and Photos By Caty Frenkel Imagine yourself living in a place with extreme environmental conditions, where you can dehydrate very easily during the day or freeze because of low temperatures in very cold nights. Add tons of water in the soil, strong winds, and high Uv rays…did you already picture yourself
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CITIZEN JOURNALISM – Lynne Klippel

ISSUE #6 PAGE 20 Lynne Klippel and her adult son Tom moved to rural Paute in 2012, taking on the challenge of building a house and living near a small village with no other expats. If you go to Chican and ask for the Gringa, you’ll be directed to Lynne’s house. Lynne still works full-time
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