Expats in Ecuador from Queens NYC: A Truly Unconventional, Heartwarming & Inspiring Story!

We have the great honor of sharing the inspirational and unconventional expat story of Luis and Kimberly from Soluna Sanctuary & Tea House.

They turned a job layoff in New York City into a lifelong dream of living on their very own farm in the Ecuadorian Countryside. Soluna Sanctuary is located near Dos Mangas, about 20 minutes southeast of Olón.

To contact them directly for tea, a massage or to schedule a tour of their sanctuary, check them out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SolunaCafeAndTeaBar

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Hola todos! Welcome to my author bio page! Let's see. Where to begin... I grew up in the country on a lake outside a small Kansas farm town. As soon as I could, I got the hell outta there! Since then, I've lived and/or worked in Kansas City, Washington D.C., Denver, San Francisco, and Ecuador. I started and sold a dotcom, wrote a book about it, started a YouTube channel, and now I write a lot. Amelia and I have embraced the Unconventional Life and we want to help you do it, too!

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