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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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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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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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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CITIZEN JOURNALISM - Celebrating Life Together

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – Celebrating Life Together

Celebrating life together may seem like a contradiction these days with masks, gloves, lockdowns, and social distancing, but for Cuenca Expats Magazine, life together could not be more celebrated. Sure, people are frustrated, angry, and confused by the contradicting statements coming from the medical community and governments these days. But let’s face it, regardless of
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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHTS – Who Ya Gonna Call?

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHTS – Who Ya Gonna Call?

By: John Williams Photos: Courtesy of EcuaAssist Picture this in your mind. You’re an Expat and you’ve been in Ecuador long enough to know you love it and want to stay, but you’re still learning and trying to figure out how a lot of things work here—a process that will ultimately take several years. You
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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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