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Pope and Problems



(I should be off o Galapagos tomorrow. Not sure it there is wifi, but I will try my best!)

I always like to think I am a little intelligent (not a lot, just a little), and think a few steps ahead. 926 more words


Bus and Balls


I was born at sea level (that might be the most irrelevant statement on this blog yet. Let me also apologize for the title. Well, not really), and loved most of my life around or near sea level. 881 more words


Can You Like a City And Not Like Its People?

Perhaps Term-Limits Do Have a Place in Modern Politics

Guayaquil is a gritty, sticky, smelly and crowded place with more homeless than I’ve seen elsewhere since I’ve been in South America. 1,246 more words

On The Ground In Ecuador

Port of Guayaquil

What’s Really in a Name?

Michigan is filled (both the Upper and the Lower Peninsulas) with place names derived from the French language. From early 17th Century onwards, French-Canadian trappers knew well the lands that were to become the Wolverine State. 569 more words

On The Ground In Ecuador

#25J - porque papa sale a marchar?

Mi padre es un señor de mas de 70 anos, quien ha vivido toda su vida en Ecuador.  Un hombre que ha sido empleado toda su vida, no empleador,  hombre de clase media, no un pelucon, no vive en Samborondón, no maneja carros de lujo y del cual yo no voy a heredar nada, mas que la educación, la cual me la dio con su trabajo honesto y arduo.  608 more words


Anisa Jabón, sweets for your skin!

Handmade soaps from Ecuador

Just like most people today, Ana, young mother of a little girl, got tired of big companies and decided to quit everything and get the life she wanted. 686 more words

The Handicrafts

Night Bus to Guayaquil

By now I had already extended my stay here in Otavalo by several additional days. There is so much to do, so many kind people, and the hostal is very peaceful. 1,046 more words

On The Ground In Ecuador