CITIZEN JOURNALISM – Es su Bandito?

ON-LINE ISSUE JULY By Teresa Drake Photo By: i.pinimg.com It was another beautiful morning here in Cuenca and I needed to do a little grocery shopping. With the restrictions on movement, I needed to find a place within walking distance as getting a taxi was an iffy proposition. So, as I slowly sipped on my
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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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k Yuyay in Cañar

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – An Invitation from Mushuk Yuyay in Cañar

ISSUE 39 PAGE 19 By: Alan Adams Photos: Courtesy of Alan Adams We would like to invite members of the expat community in Cuenca to engage their expertise, curiosity, and sense of adventure in any of a wide variety of initiatives that the people of the Cañari Kichwa community have begun. There are small ways,
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Andrew Staub: Clairvoyant and Psychic at Large

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – Clairvoyant and Psychic at Large

ISSUE 39 PAGE 22 By: Madelaine Barry Photo: Madelaine Barry Do you often finish someone else’s sentences, feel a sense of foreboding before something bad occurs, see a vision of something before it happens, sense how friends are feeling (even before they express it) and/or catch a vibe about a new acquaintance before (s)he even
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- From Ostrich Massages to Falconry Displays

From Ostrich Massages to Falconry Displays

ISSUE 39 PAGE 21 By: Fiona Mitchell Photo: Regina Weitzel Do you often finish someone else’s sentences, feel a sense of foreboding before something bad occurs, see a vision of something before it happens, sense how friends are feeling (even before they express it) and/or catch a vibe about a new acquaintance before (s)he even
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