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Cotacachi Living

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Cotacachi Fun

Cotacachi fun comes in many ways.  Every Ecuador village offers something. Cotacachi is special.  Festivals are always unfolding! Last week there was the solemn gaiety of Easter…and the numerous Easter parades. Today the cultural center sponsors a music festival. Yesterday the streets were closed for Cotacachi’s Queen. Cotacachi parades are filled with color. These dancers […]

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Fun in Ecuador

You can have a lot of fun in Ecuador doing all kinds of activities and visiting with all kinds of people, but I would never have suspected that you you could have fun injecting silicone gel below window frames, but take a look at this! While I was staying at my friend Bush’s condo in […]

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Recently, I visited a friend with a newly purchased Cuenca condo. Cuenca is the delightful third city of Ecuador. Staying with my friend, Bill Bushnell, who with his wife Leita has just relocated down here, gave me a chance to get to know this city through the eyes of a new resident. Cuenca condos buildings […]

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Easter in Cotacachi, Ecuador, is remembered in different distinct ways by the indigenous. On Good Friday and several other sacred days during the year, the Indigenous believe that their friends and families who have passed away want to come back to this world and visit them. As a result they visit in huge numbers to […]

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Cotacachi Land

Cotacachi land values still represent great value, both in Ecuador and internationally. Comparing with other countries reconfirms that Ecuador still offers great value. Here in Cotacachi we have seen condos for sale, nearby haciendas, old colonial houses and to a lesser extent quintas and fincas. You may wonder what the difference is between a quinta, […]

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