Unless something drastic happens politically or economically, Ecuador is our permanent home. We plan to spend at least 6 months per year in Ecuador for the rest of our lives. It’s our Plan A and we hope to get our citizenship next year.
Cuenca Ecuador Videos, Photos and Blogs
Our detailed videos, photos and blog posts about Cuenca Ecuador help remove some of the mystery and uncertainty for those of you considering a move here. If you already live here, you might learn about some new things to do, new places to go, new restaurants to check out, and more.
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Cuenca Ecuador VLOG
We LOVE Cuenca and still think it’s the best place to start your expat life abroad in Ecuador. However, no place is perfect and our last visit there reminded us why we left.
Cuenca Ecuador is the most popular expat city in Ecuador. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a beautiful, old world city with modern day amenities and an affordable cost of living.
This video shows a typical travel day for us. We usually eat breakfast and dinner at our Airbnb, and we eat lunch out at a restaurant.
Congratulations to Piedra de Agua for winning BEST SPA in North AND South America for 2022!
This video shows one of the most popular day trips from Cuenca Ecuador. We visited San Bartolomé, Chordeleg and Gualaceo. Each town has a unique trade that makes them famous throughout Ecuador and South America.
After 2 years and a pandemic, we FINALLY made it back to Cuenca Ecuador! We felt like we were back home and tourists at the same time.
After hearing about the Mexico perpetual tourist visa changes from several people who live in Mexico, we wanted to share why we think Ecuador might be a better option.
We get this question a lot: Can I live in Ecuador on my social security income? So in this video we take a look at the most common expenses to estimate your cost of living in Ecuador.
We waited for the rainy season to do the hike up to Las Cascadas in Dos Mangas, Ecuador. It’s been on our list since we moved to Olón, but the waterfalls (cascadas) have been dry for most that time.
We’re Amelia And JP, American expats from the U.S. living our unconventional life in Ecuador. We share things like cost of living, safety info, property & neighborhood tours, lessons learned, things to do, ugly truths, city comparisons, etc. so you know what it’s REALLY like to live in Ecuador.