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 – Statues of Cuenca Av. Solano

ISSUE 17 PAGE # 13 by Philip Ruffolo Fray Vicente Solano (1791-1865) was a theologian, orator, debater, and writer. Possessing great talent, and broad cultural awareness, he helped Cuenca accomplish its first newspaper printing, and due to his enthusiasm, journalism began in 1828 with the appearance of the first edition of the Echo of the
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PHOTO ESSAY – Fiestas de Cuenca

ISSUE 15 (DECEMBER 2016) PAGE # 12 FIESTAS DE CUENCA by Ruffolo Design Photography. Independence of Cuenca is a public holiday in Ecuador, celebrated on November 3. The city won its independence from Spain on November 3, 1820. People from all cities of Ecuador come to Cuenca to celebrate its Independence Day, participate in the
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PHOTO ESSAY – Vilcabamba, a Relaxing Getaway

ISSUE 18 PAGE #9 By Keith & Tina Paul – Photographs by Keith Paul The real beauty of Vilcabamba lies in the lush, green land that surrounds the town. It is a backpacker and outdoor enthusiast dream. At night, you hear the crickets and their friends enjoying the darkness. In my opinion, you go to
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CULTURE – For the Love of the Water

ISSUE #17 PAGE #15 by Jane Brinton The Waterbearers.org was started by two Cuenca expats, Spryte Loriano and Jane Brinton. Both share a passion for seeing everyone on the planet having access to clean water. It was birthed one evening during a conversation about their individual experience in Africa, when they both simultaneously said “Water
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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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