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How would you like to be able to invest roughly $50,000 to $60,000 or maybe less in a business in Ecuador that will likely give you a growing residual income for years into the future? I am always being asked how you can make money in Ecuador, what can you do? My answer is always […]

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Cotacachi medical information is scarce but that doesn’t mean the medical facilities are scarce. Watchout in upcoming posts for a more detailed analysis of what is available but today let us take an overview of what is available in this charming village. For a small rural village of 5,000 people there are a number of doctors […]

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Ecuador Politics.

Gain an insight into Ecuador politics by reading a recent interview with the President, Rafael Correa, down below. Ecuador politics are complicated at the best of times. There is a tremendous assortment of interests from a vast range of different groups here in Ecuador, some with representation in Ecuador politics. But many of these groups […]

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Ecuador Safe?

Is Ecuador safe? This must be one of the questions we are most asked. My answer after living here for six years is “Yes. Ecuador is safe as long as you take precautions”.   In 1992 after the marriages of her two sons Charles and Andrew broke down and Windsor Castle caught fire Queen Elizabeth  refered […]

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Ecuador Vacation

Our group is just back from a fact finding Ecuador vacation looking at property on the coast. They’ve arrived 2 hours later than scheduled and I learn from Alberto and John, our helpers down on the coast, that there was a slight problem. Icaro, the airline we’re using to move our group from mountains to […]

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Ecuadorian Climate – Floods

The Ecuadorian climate is in general fairly predictable, and as we have mentioned at Ecuador Living, generally likened to an ‘eternal spring’ climate in the Sierra. Occasionally things can go awry with the weather especially when global phenomena such as El Niño make their presence felt. A recent reader email to Gary asked why we […]

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