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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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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Sharpen Your Mind with a Game of Bridge by Keith & Tina Paul

THINGS TO SEE AND DO – Sharpen Your Mind with a Game of Bridge by Keith & Tina Paul

ISSUE 16  PAGE # 19 Writed by Keith & Tina Paul  Looking for a new social activity that challenges your mind and keeps you sharp? How about bridge? Playing bridge will develop logic, reasoning, quick thinking, patience, concentration and partnership skills as bridge is a partnership game. Bridge can improve memory and thinking in those
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PHOTO ESSAY – STREET ENTERTAINMENT

CUENCA, ISSUE #14 PAGE # 8 Writed by Philip Ruffolo   STREET ENTERTAINMENT by Ruffolo Design Photography Sunny days in Cuenca bring out the street entertainers! You can see them at intersections in Cuenca, around many parks and sometimes just inside a shop that might otherwise be passed by. They may have traveled from Argentina,
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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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