So the Quilotoa, one of the most unbelievable places on this earth. The Quilotoa is a caldera filled with blue blue water that changes its shades depending on its mood. Can’t help but feel identified with it. My esposo agrees.
In Latinoamérica there’s a saying that goes “En el mar, la vida es más sabrosa” meaning at the sea life is more “tasty”. Though it sounds just lame in English, you know what we mean; there’s something about the sea that attracts every homo sapiens on earth. In spite of this fact, we (or rather I) decided to explore more of the “Sierra”, the mountain part of the country.
When the city is not enough, flee to the valleys Wait, take out your headphones for this week’s’ soundtrack: click here. When you get married, you become one person, (that’s what the priest told us on our wedding day so it must be true), so when we go to Ecuador we have one huuuuuge family to visit….
Travel to Ecuador, don’t ask, just do it! Well I don’t really come from a block but from Quito and all the rocks I own are minerals BUT one thing I never forget is where I’m from and that’s ECUADOR! If you follow my Instagram account, you might have notice we went to Ecuador over…
The latin halloween way: Día de los muertos. We ecuadorians get together, bake some guaguas de pan and make some colada morada and celebrate the people that are no longer with us.