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Cuenca Expats Magazine is the largest English-language publication in Ecuador. Half (10,000) of all native English-speaking expats live in Cuenca. As the “unofficial” voice of Cuenca’s expat community, our magazine is a trusted source for business and services. Cuenca Expats Magazine’s mission is to help build a stronger, more cohesive expat community and assist in their integration into Cuenca society as new and productive citizens

PUBLISHER’S LETTER – ISSUE ON-LINE 02

COVER STORY – A Beacon of Hope, Dr. Andres Astudillo Cordova

CUENCA, ON-LINE ISSUE 02,  Writed by Teresa Drake, Photos: Courtesy of Dr. Astudillo. Do you suffer from digestive problems such as reflux, stomach problems, diabetes, obesity, or hernias? No, this isn’t an ad for a quick fix snake oil medicine or Aunt Rosemary’s Quick Reduction Tonic. This is about a man who is a beacon
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The Real Reasons We Left the USA

JP and Amelia, the popular video bloggers, explain why they left the USA to start an unconventional life in Ecuador. You don’t want to miss viewing this popular video by going to the latest issue of Cuenca Expats

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ON-LINE ISSUE

TRAVEL & ADVENTURE – A Visit to the Timeless Heart of Ecuador

TRAVEL & ADVENTURE – A Visit to the Timeless Heart of Ecuador

CUENCA, ON-LINE ISSUE 02 By: Jeff Salz Photos: Courtesy of Jeff Salz  Three hours from Cuenca is a community where life has remained relatively unchanged for centuries. The Supalata is a traditional celebration of the Saragureños that has been passed from generation to generation for centuries. Taking place around the March 21 equinox, it celebrates
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CUENCA ARCHITECTURE

ON-LINE ISSUE By Jane Hiltbrand Photos: Courtesy of Jane Hiltbrand I can honestly say that I fell in love with Cuenca from the very first moments of seeing it.  And for me, an enormous part of that attraction was the architecture in Cuenca.  It is stunning and memorable, as you all know.  I moved here
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CITIZEN JOURNALISM – CUENCA A CITY WITH MANY SOULS

CUENCA, ON-LINE ISSUE 03 Writed by Dr. Jaime Astudillo Romero Photos Courtesy of Dr. Jaime Astudillo Romero. Lucho Barrera and Yenis Bejas Gonzalo Zaldumbide, an Ecuadorian writer and diplomat from the early 20th century, described Cuenca’s energy and feeling by saying it is “a city full of soul.” We feel its soul in the trail
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CITIZEN JOURNALISM ARE YOU PREPARED?

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – ARE YOU PREPARED?

ON-LINE ISSUE By Miriam Drake Photos by Miriam Drake It is challenging anywhere in the world to care for a husband whose health has deteriorated to the point that he cannot speak, one side of his body is completely paralyzed, and he has no sensations in his core. In Cuenca, Ecuador it is beyond challenging.
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CITIZEN JOURNALISM - KEEP CUENCA BEAUTIFUL

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – KEEP CUENCA BEAUTIFUL

CUNCA, ON-LINE ISSUE 02 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY By: Sarah Cañez Photos: Courtesy of Keep Cuenca Beautiful Cuenca is a beautiful city—a UNESCO World Heritage site—full of historical buildings and lovely green areas. However, unsightly graffiti and tagging mar buildings in Cuenca’s El Centro. To discuss this issue, Susan Burke March, a local expat, formed a Facebook
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Coastal Expats Magazine

INTRODUCING COASTAL EXPATS MAGAZINE

By Henry G. Noël Photos By: Yenis Bejas I want to be the first to welcome you to our ever-expanding Cuenca Expats Magazine. As the name implies, Cuenca Expats Magazine brings information to you about the happenings in and around Cuenca, Ecuador. As our national and international readership numbers continue to increase, and expats are
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Each week we re-post the most popular articles to this section of our website in case you missed these articles or if you just want to read them again.

CULTURE – Abraham Lincoln Center Building Bridges of Friendship

CUENCA, ISSUE #16 PAGE # 10 Writed by Madelaine Barry – Photographs by Keith Paul What building is the face of the United States in Cuenca? Where can you read Time, Wired, National Geographic, Architectural Digest and People in English? Who takes gently used adult and children’s book donations? If you know the answer is
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THINGS TO SEE AND DO – Eating For One, When Everything Ordered, Serves Two

THINGS TO SEE AND DO – Eating For One, When Everything Ordered, Serves Two

ISSUE #16 PAGE #22 by Susan Burke March, MS, RDN, LDN, CDE Expats arriving in Cuenca often happily experience weight loss, sometimes significantly. For many, moving to Cuenca means walking regularly — instead of just from the parking lot to the store — sometimes for the first time in years. And after just a few
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PHOTO ESSAY – Wood Sculptures in Parque de la Madre

ISSUE 12 PAGE # 12 by Philip Ruffolo Wood Sculptures in Parque de la Madre by Ruffolo Design Photography During the renovation of Parque de la Madre, several old trees needed to be cut down. Sad, but true! Fortunately, for visitors to the new park and some very talented Cuencano sculptors several tree trunks were
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ART – Janda Grove, Artist

ISSUE 11 PAGE #24 by Janda Grove JANDA GROVE Janda Grove is an American artist living in Ecuador since 2012. She is currently dividing her time between Cuenca and Cotacachi. In Cuenca, you may see her work at her studio near San Sebas (Presidente Cordova 14-35) by appoitment. 096 867 9260. She will be showing
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