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Catequilla the Center of the World | Start Living Ecuador

Catequilla: The True Center of the World

Around 700.000 people visit every year the Monument to the Center of the World in Quito. The number that visits Catequilla, the true Middle of the World, is unknown.  ...
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Puerto Quito a Paradise of Biodiversity| Start Living Ecuador

Puerto Quito, a Paradise of Biodiversity

Created on April 1st, 1996 and located 143 kilometers to the north and west of Quito, Puerto Quito is one of the touristic destinations from the so-called Quitu-Caras Trail, where...
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Yahuarcocha Lake Car Races | Start Living Ecuador

The Car Races in Yaguarcocha

Yahuarcocha Lake Car Races | Start Living Ecuador Laguna Yahuarcocha, meaning blood lake in the Kichwa language, is a sacred lake of Ecuador. The Car Races in Yaguarcocha.   Looking across the still...
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Blog: Fig Dessert Recipe | Start Living Ecuador

The most traditional fig dessert in Ecuador

Figs have been around for centuries. It is a native plant of the middle east where it was cultivated for its fruit starting centuries ago.   It is probably one...
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Babaco native fruit: a dessert recipe | Start Living Ecuador

Babaco, native fruit of Ecuador

The babaco fruit, sometimes called mountain papaya is a native fruit of Ecuador, and you can find it amongst the dishes served at our restaurant in Montecristi Golf Club.  ...
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Cerro Pata de Pajaro in Manabí | Start Living Ecuador

Cerro Pata de Pajaro (Bird´s Foot Hill)

Cerro Pata de Pajaro in Manabí | Start Living Ecuador In the Bird’s Foot Hill you have the opportunity to see impressive natural surroundings and also the situation of the...
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Guayaquil’s Dish: Guatita Recipe | Start Living Ecuador

The Guatita, a Guayaquil Gift for the World

The Guatita (Cow Stomach) Around 1599 in Spain is born a dish called “callos”. Pieces of cow or ram’s stomach (tripe) cooked in different ways.   Callos is a Spanish...
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Blog: Devil's Nose Train Trail | Start Living Ecuador

The Devil´s Nose: Between Alausi and Sibambe

However, the most technically difficult part of the route was a massive rock called » The Devil’s Nose » right in the middle between Alausi and Sibambe.   When the,...
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Traditional Games in Ecuador | Start Living Ecuador

Traditional Games in Ecuador

So, let’s have a look at some of the traditional games we have in Ecuador, those our great grandparents invented, our parents learned from their parents and now we teach...
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