Delicious Treats at Zatua Miski Cuenca Ecuador

We walked right by Zatua Miski Cuenca Ecuador on our way home and couldn’t resist stopping by for some delicious treats. But before we went there, we made a few other stops.

One of the things we love about living in Cuenca is running errands on the weekends. Instead of hopping in a car, driving through traffic and fighting for a parking space, we simply put on our walking shoes and head out to front gate. It’s common for us to log nearly 20,000 steps (that’s about 8 miles) on Saturday and/or Sunday!

Café Cubanito Cuenca Ecuador

In this video, we ventured down to El Centro to get some papas deliciosas (delicious potatoes) at Mercado Diez de Agosto, and some café y dátiles (coffee and dates) at a speciality store called Café Cubanito across the street from the mercado.

Vegan Day In The Life + Delicious Treats at Zatua Miski in Cuenca Ecuador Cafe CubanitoCafe Cubanito 2

Parade in Parque Calderon Cuenca EcuadorVegan Day In The Life + Delicious Treats at Zatua Miski in Cuenca Ecuador Parade

Then we walked down through the flower market and Parque Calderon where we saw a marching band. We’re not sure what the band was doing or if it was part of a parade, but it’s common to see things like that here. There is always something to celebrate!

Bermeo Hnos. Cuenca Ecuador

We like Bermeo Hnos. (that’s short for Bermeo Hermanos or Bermeo Brothers) for our sporting good needs. We looked all over town for a pair of athletic shoes for me, and Bermeo was the only store to have them in my size and a color that I liked. Most of the mens shoes run very small here and the colors are very bright (think neon red, pink and yellow). I wear a men’s US size 9 so my feet aren’t that big, but apparently they are for Ecuador.

On this trip, we bought some 10 pound weights for our at-home exercises and physical therapy, but we’ve also bought yoga mats, exercise bands and swimming goggles there on previous visits.

Bermeo HnosBermeo Hnos Weights

Zatua Miski Cuenca Ecuador

Zatua Miski is an all vegan, plant-based restaurant in Cuenca. Paola is the artist who creates the cookies, cakes, truffles, waffles and smoothie bowls. Her dishes are not only decadent and delicious, but true works of art. You’ll want to have your camera ready when you visit.

 

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