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Blog: Pacoche Forest Diversity | Start Living Ecuador
Pacoche Forest Diversity | Start Living Ecuador Located in the Manta province in Ecuador (a short half an hour flight from Quito) smack in the middle of the Ruta del Sol Trail you can find the Pacoche Forest just 16 miles south of Manta. A natural reserve filled with one of a kind plants and...
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Blog: Tagua Handcrafts Origins | Start Living Ecuador
Blog: Tagua Handcrafts Origins | Start Living Ecuador Vegetable ivory or Tagua as it is known in Manabi, Ecuador, comes from the hard seeds of certain palm trees called normally ivory trees. The inside of the seed is a very hard, very white material that closely resembles elephant ivory and hence the name. Even the...
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Humpback Whale Watching in Ecuador | Start Living Ecuador
Humpback Whale Watching in Ecuador | Start Living Ecuador Humpback whales are some of the biggest mammals. They live most of their lives in polar waters and migrate once a year to tropical waters to give birth. Humpback Whale Watching in Ecuador Humpback whales are some of the biggest mammals in the world. Adults get...
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Santay Island: Nature and History | Start Living Ecuador
Santay Island : Nature and History | Start Living Ecuador Located on the Guayas River, in front of the city of Guayaquil, 800 meters away but right in front of it to be exact. The 2,179 hectares is the home to 56 families with an average of between 207 and 230 inhabitants. It is said...
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2017 Iron Man 70.3 in Manta | Start Living Ecuador
2017 Iron Man 70.3 in Manta | Start Living Ecuador As announced on the Iron Man official site, registration for this race held near one the most beautiful beaches in Ecuador is now open. Though the information for the IronKids race hasn’t been announced yet, for the other categories the registration fees depend on the...
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Quito’s Zoo Has Four New Baby Lions | Start Living Ecuador
The Guayllabamba Zoo in Quito shared great news on December 2016, four baby lions were borned! And after 47 days, since February 6th, they started to explore and now all visitors can watch them. Though not at all times, if you want to see these beautiful and playful cubs, make sure to be there on...
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Locro a very traditional Andean soup | Start Living Ecuador
As we have mentioned, in the Andean Region locro is a very traditional dish. Served in different ways, with avocado, with “cuero”, or with cheese, this is a traditional Andean soup made with potatoes. Are you interested in trying this dish at home? Well, it is very easy to make, and here you can find...
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Ecuadorians Are Happy People | Start Living Ecuador
Of course we already knew we were happy people, but having it assured by a scientific study makes it official!   According to a study conducted by Varna University of Bulgaria and the Hong Kong Polytechnic, countries that have populations with a diversity of genes have the best scores at self-proclaimed happiness. And in this...
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The Eloy Alfaro Museum in Montecristi | Start Living Ecuador
Known as the Old Warrior, José Eloy Alfaro Delgado was a strong political figure in Ecuador. Twice president of the Republic, he earned his nickname by fighting for over 30 years against conservatism. The strongest liberal figure in Ecuador’s history he became famous for uniting the country, building the railroad system that stands to this...
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Ecuador Nominations in the World Travel Awards | Start Living Ecuador
Ecuador Nominations in the World Travel Awards | Start Living Ecuador Known as the Oscars for Tourism, the World Travel Awards were established in 1993 to celebrate the excellence across all key sectors of the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. It is recognized as the “ultimate hallmark of industry excellence” This year it celebrates it...
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