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Archive for November, 2012

Solo En Cuenca

There were 10 of us (6 customers 4 staff) in the Wind Horse Cafe when a young casually dressed Argentine walks in and asks if we might like to hear his music.  I was thinking how in the U.S. the young musician would have 2 chances(slim and none) of playing in a restaurant in the middle of a lunch hour.

He took out what seemed to be a whole orchestra and entertained us for 15 minutes. Me gusta mucho Cuenca.

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These were my four favorite photos of my Cuenca City Living Photo Shoot

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I walked on Solano and Doce de Abril to catch some of the workers in Cuenca. My favorite photos were the of the pole climbers installing the TV Cable.

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I followed a couple of vendors on a hot Sunday morning. I love the work ethic in Ecuador.  Often men and women work 6 and 7 days a week to support their families.


 

 

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The Cuenca Chamber Of Commerce celebrates Expat Day each year in November.  This was the second annual celebration and the outside venue was a better choice for the dancers. The talent of the dancers is evident on this short video below.

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Signs Of Portland

Had a lot of fun photographing the different signs.  I think I’ll take a short video of the signs of Cuenca when I return.

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Portland Buildings

Before moving to Cuenca I spent 21 years in the Portland Metro Area. I love the architecture in downtown Portland. In the video you can see buildings that are 110 years old next to sky scrapers that are less than 10 years old.

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