Bridging International understanding between South and North America
Welcome to our website ! Our vision is to inspire & promote international understanding through education and cultural exchange between South America - Ecuador and the rest of the world. To help people rediscover life with purpose, integrity and compassion, benefit from our experiences, and acquire knowledge for living in harmony in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world. To share our "life changing adventure experiences" with family and friends worldwide. We have consolidated a wealth of the best resources on Ecuador, along with travel journals and photos. Our hope is that you will find this a valuable, user friendly resource network, which enriches your life, enables you to learn, challenges your thinking, and empowers you to discover and undertake your own new experiences and adventures.
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What a wonderful resource! Thank you for taking the time to assist all the people of the area!!ReplyDelete
Thank you taking time to put this excellent resource guide together.It will be very useful to a "soon to be" newcomer . I was wondering if you might have any thoughts or recommendations on attorneys in the area. I am looking for someone that would be helpful both on the visa front as well general contract review and the like.ReplyDelete
Ecuador Welcome Forum: Bahia List of Resources:ReplyDelete
Ernie and Deborah Millard have done a great service for those thinking of relocating and/or visiting Bahía de Caráquez. They recently posted an eight-page list of resources that includes phone numbers and addresses for everything from accommodations to the vet. Their blog, Pachamama Spectrum of Treasures has alot of great info, check back in the archives and numerous links. http://www.pachamama-spectrum-of-treasures.com/2011/06/bahia-de-caraquez-resourc e-list-2011.html