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The route of the textiles by bike

We met with our bikes in Caranqui Park, south of Ibarra, on route to Zuleta. We were 12 riders among experts and amateurs like me, and with our departure, we

Chiú Magazine: Diversidad y expresión gastronómica

“Creeo que la comida cuenta historias, conecta realidades y nos hace más humanos”. Abril Macías, fundadora de Chiú Magazine nos cuenta como comenzó este gran proyecto gastronómico.  1. ¿A qué

La ruta de los bordados en bicicleta

Nos encontramos con nuestras bicicletas en el parque de Caranqui al sur de Ibarra en ruta hacia Zuleta. Éramos 12 ciclistas entre expertos y aficionados como yo, y con nuestra

Cuenca’s Surroundings

Beyond Cuenca and its cultural and architectonic charms, there are many places to visit nearby. Wonderful nature as well as small towns and parishes that seem stuck in time, reminding

Walking tour through Downtown Quito: First World Heritage Site

Visit Quito, the second highest capital in the world! UNESCO recognizes Quito as the city with “the best-preserved,  historic center in Latin America.”

A brief explanation of Ecuadorian History

Pre Inca Period  The first inhabitants in Ecuador lived off the land; hunting, fishing and gathering fruits. Agriculture became stronger during the mid formative period, and by the end of

Allpamamas: Moda basada en la colaboración intercultural

Allpamamas: un proyecto de moda basado en la colaboración intercultural a través de experiencias compartidas. En una entrevista con This is Ecuador, Vanessa Alarcón nos cuenta sobre esta marca, la

Colorful displays and skilled artisans: visit the Otavalo Fair!

Otavalo is the city of striking colors, delicate crafts and skilled artisans. We love to visit the local fair hosted in Plaza de Ponchos. Read about our experience!

Ecuadorian Cacao among the world’s greatest

Fine aroma cacao has been tied to Ecuadorian history for millenniums. Recent scientific studies show evidence not only of its early presence, but of its cultivation and consumption by the inhabitants