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Ecuador

New Life in Ecuador. What To Do Now?

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Moving to live abroad is both challenging and exciting. Many expats are trying to define what to do when established in a new land full of new experiences and expectations. Good choices are to acquire skills to interact with native citizens by learning the language or joining philanthropic causes and became part of missions that help under-served and less privileged ... Read More »

Explore Ecuador!

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Ecuador has affordable healthcare and low cost of living.  There are many attractions to enjoy with your friends and family and a new lifestyle in the way you dine out and shop.  In Quito, the capital of Ecuador and main tourist city,  you can find guided tours and hikes. In Baños de Agua Santa (Baths of Sacred Water) you will ... Read More »

Health Care in Ecuador

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Ecuador has a Ministry of Public Health that regulates and creates health policies and plans, and whose philosophy is to give social support and services to the lower income population.  The current Minister of Public Health in Ecuador is Mrs. Carina Vance, who happens to be a graduate of University of California. If you are establishing residence in Ecuador, you ... Read More »

Retiring in Ecuador

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United States (U.S.) retirees moving overseas have increased by 47% in the past 10 years.   According to ABC News almost 350,000 U.S. Citizens have retired overseas and approximately 4,000 of them are in Ecuador.  The Ambassadorial-level relationship between the U.S. and Ecuador was rebuilt in 2011.  U.S. tourist and future residents will now financially benefit in migrating to Ecuador.  Thus, ... Read More »

Moving to Ecuador: Why “Yes”

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Ecuador, officially República de Ecuador (“Republic of Ecuador”), is a representative democratic republic in South America, bordered by Colombia on the north, Peru on the east and south, and by the Pacific Ocean to the west. Chile and Ecuador are the only two countries in South America with no borders with Brazil. Ecuador also includes the Galápagos Islands in the Pacific, about 1,000 kilometers (620 mi) west ... Read More »

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