Please help name the kitties

Not long ago we had to put to sleep, Dash and Lilly, our 13-year-old brother and sister Balinese cats. Nothing was the same without them in the house.

But a little over a week ago we saw Jo’s post for Mama and Baby cats from Patan up for adoption. They now own the house and bring us great joy. However, we have not yet found the perfect names for them.

Attached are photos. Mama is a 1.5 year old mostly Siamese purr factory. Three to four month old
Baby has to be part Tortti with the black and brown coat, and her eyes seem to go from green to burnt yellow.

We want them to have great names and Laverne and Shirley just does not work. Please send your suggestions. They deserve special names. Thanks in advance for your help.

Joyce and Richard

Stolen musical equipment, vocal effects pedal and microphone

My TC Helicon Voicetone effects pedal, along with my Sennheiser (black) microphone, and about 5 music cables, were stolen from my car on Saturday night; my car was broken into. If you happen to see these items being sold used at a music store, or anywhere else, please let me know.

The vocal effects pedal is not available for purchase here, so if you see it, it’s almost certainly mine. I bought this 15+ years ago, along with the microphone, in the US It’s a sad loss for me. I don’t have much hope of recovering these items, but thought I’d post this just in case.

You can see video footage of my car being broken into Sat night on Colonol Talbot y Mariscal Sucre, if you go to my facebook page. – Hayley Marsden-Kroll

I’ll post pictures of the items here.

Hayley MarsdenKroll

An invitation for some musical fun

If you love ukulele music and great voices, come join us on Sunday, March 14th at Santorino’s Pizzería on Manuel Maria Palacios 1-13 and Remigio Crespo. Due to Covid Restrictions, reserve in advance at 097 998 1179.

Seating is limited and we will observe hand sanitization, social distancing, and mask wearing (when not eating) Cover charge is $5. See you there.

Sunday, March 14th, from 4 to 6 PM, $5. Manuel Maria Palacios 1-13 and Remigio Crespo, Cuenca.

Karen Kennedy: 099 435 1962. Call after: 9 AM.

The Cuenca Symphony Orchestra

Patricio Torres Harris is the new executive director of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra

This Tuesday, March 9, the Committee of the Institute of Promotion of Creativity and Innovation, IFCI chaired by the Minister of Culture and Heritage, Julio Bueno Arévalo, unanimously appointed the engineer Patricio Torres Harris as the new Executive Director of the Symphony Orchestra of Cuenca.

Torres Harris who already served as Executive Director of this institution from 2008 to 2017 has a training in Commercial Engineering from the University of Cuenca with two specializations by the University of Azuay in Strategic Management of Marketing and Teaching Higher Education by competencies.

Torres Harris is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the activities and diligences inherent in the new position and hopes a positive management for CSO.

In session with all the CSO staff, the musicians and administrative welcomed the official who promised to ensure the interests of the institution to magnify it and project it.

With the nomination of Torres Harris, the Ministry of Culture ended the changes of authorities in the Symphony Orchestra of Cuenca, since on February 18 it appointed the new Musical Director, falling on this responsibility in Master Augusto Carrión Rhión.

The musical and administrative staff of the CSO desire its new authorities the greatest successes in their work and maintain the commitment and delivery that has characterized them in more than 48 years of service to the community.

We thank our audiences to visit the Digital Concert Hall on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/sinfonicaCuenca in which so far we have 45 concerts for all tastes that can enjoy and share from anywhere on the planet at the times they want.

Look for us at http://www.sinfonicacuenca.gob.ec Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Issuu

Ecuador Trips from Cuenca – Saraguro-Loja Province

Ecuador Trips from Cuenca

Saraguro Thursday March 25th 8 AM to 7 PM aprox.

Spaces limited. We require 5 people minimum.
Can also create private trips for family and friends.

Have a great month. Stay safe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBWzIFPh6Es

One of the largest cantons in the province of Loja, has been able to stand out over time, thanks to the hard work and commitment of its inhabitants, who daily rescue the customs and traditions, which have been passed down from generation to generation.

Hope you can join us on this incredible trip to explore, discover and learn about one of Ecuador’s indigenous ethnic groups “Saragureños”…

Let’s give a hand to helping reactivate rural tourism in these communities.

Once we arrive our native guide Livia will be sharing with us her knowledge, traditions and culture the entire day…
Come and explore. We will be visting 3 Communities.
We will be taking 25 saplings of native species of trees to reforest in these communities, contributing to sustainable development.

Don Fransico at the Community of Tuncarta:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6-lBu2WauE
The icon of the Saraguro (Loja) people is their hat, a distinctive of cultural identity, which completes their clothing. This accessory is made with lamb wool and handcrafted, with ancient techniques and knowledge. The hat is white on its surface and on the inner brim it carries Saraguro people (similar to those of cows), it is rigid and its approximate weight is three pounds. Its preparation takes three days. The quality will depend on the raw material.

Textiles- Community of Ñamarin:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVvkew2K8t0
The Ñamarin community is one of the oldest in Saraguro. Its name Ñamarin means “it is going away” and indicates the proximity to some sacred site. The inhabitants believe that this sacred place refers to El Baño del Inka. This place is made up of a 60m high waterfall and adjoining caves. Since ancient times, many legends of this place have been told.The Community of Ñamarín preserves the indigenous traditions and, like the other communities, has maintained its Kichwa language, its clothing and its own agriculture. However, if Ñamarín stands out for something, it is because of the ability of its artisans to make handicrafts with sheep’s wool using the technique of weaving in makana or backstrap loom. Thus there are several family textile workshops where they transform wool into blankets, scarves, scarves, ponchos, bags, girdles, cushions and much more.

Medicinal Huerta-plants Community of Illincho” Centro Cultural Inti Wasi”
We will be spending time with Taita Luis who along with his family be sharing with us there knowledge of Ancestral Wisdom….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uc3NKeP81pk
Once we arrive we will have a welcome beverage a infusion of plants with medicinal properties prepared Taita Luis wife….. Lunch will be here at Inti Wasi (will forward menu options plus if anyone has any diet restrictions)…..afterwards we will be having a Ancestral Ritual- Ceremony to rejuvenate your spirit..plus for those who like optional a cleansing of your energies –vibes…
Before our return we will also be learning about Artesanal beer from Saraguro Kapak where we will learn how it is made and we will be able to taste a amazing beer …
We will be returning to Cuenca aprox 7pm..

Optional:
Overnight stay.

Overnight stay at Centro Cultural Inti Wasi.
There is capacity for 10 people: matrimonial, double or triple rooms with amazing views, comfortable, hot water, heater, internet. Overnight stay includes breakfast.
Here we will be able to relax and just enjoy an amazing evening. For those who would like to indulge yourselves, there are Baños de Cajon with medicinal plants plus a turco or if you like massage – relax therapy.
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The following day Sunday, also optional you will be able to see, feel and experience the Saraguro market day.

Info: martinexplorecuador@yahoo.com
WhatsApp: 099 524 6166

March 25th from 8 AM to 7 PM aprox, $70 per person, Luis Cordero 5-66, Cuenca.

Martin Avila: 099 524 6166. Call after: 8 AM.

Penalties to the Human Mobility Reform Law

In reference to the article published on GringoPost regarding penalties, we must state:

Art. 42 of the Reform which replaces Art 65 of the Human Mobility Law reads: a Permanent Visa holder can be out of the country for 180 days during the first and 180 days during the second year counted from the date the visa was issued, failure to comply will result in penalty.
Once reaching a third year as a permanent Resident Visa holder, a person may be out of the country up to two years, after this time, the resident will lose its permanent visa.

The permanent resident person from the third year of obtaining the visa, may be absent for up to two continuous years, after this time they will lose permanent residence.

For more information: uz.asesoresecuador@gmail.com

Lina: 07 410 3588. Call after: 8 AM.

City: Cuenca

Thermal laminator for a quick project

Does anyone have a thermal laminator (and the pockets) that I could use for a quick project. I will gladly compensate you. I just pulled some spectacular wings off a dead bug I found squashed in the street (yup, I am exactly that kind of person) and I want to preserve them with lamination.

Thanks in advance.

Sara: polkadoxies@gmail.com 096 963 9963. Call after: 8 AM.

City: Cuenca

Share ride to coast

Looking for those interested in sharing a ride to the coast. We are hiring a private van/SUV. Our destination is Puerto Lopez, leaving Tuesday, March 23 from Cuenca.

Please contact John.

J&A: johnpandalishak@aol.com .

City: Cuenca

Looking for MacBook Air help

I have a 2015 MacBook Air that has never failed me until now. It is fully charged but will not turn on and shows no signs of “life”. Does anyone know someone who could help me fix it? I need it for work.

Any response is highly appreciated.

Christy: christypenrod@gmail.com .

City: Cuenca

Did you know Suzanne Thurston?

The personal representative of Suzanne’s estate is searching for her sister, or any member of her family. If you knew Suzanne and might know who to contact, will you please contact Frances Hogg Lochow, 0939 297 017, through Facebook messenger, or at fahoggl@gmail.com. Thank you.

Frances Hogg Lochow: 093 929 7017. Call after: 9 AM.

City: Cuenca

Housekeepng/cleaning, etc.

Housekeeping/cleaning, etc. When you need someone to clean your house or apartment or help in the garden with plants and general maintenance, baby sit the children, go to the market, care for the pets, stay in your home when you go away or assist with errands, call me. My name is Laura and I have been helping expats and others in the Cuenca area for over ten years.

I have excellent references available for you to contact, I am always punctual and trustworthy. I understand English and communicate very well. Please call me to see how I can help.

Cell 099 335 2819 email gabrielanaula12@gmail.com

For English call 093 970 0732

Laura Guaman: gabrielanaula12@gmail.com 099 335 2819. Call after: 7 AM.

City: Cuenca

Only until the end of March, promotional prices end

Best lodge in Ecuadorian Amazon 50% off

The best Lodge of the Ecuadorian Rainforest offers special of 40% off until April, 2021:
Sacha Lodge

This rate includes: accommodation, all meals, private guides:
4 nights/ 5 days: $690 p/p in double room & $790 for single room
3 nights/ 4 days: $590 p/p in double room & $690 for single room


Visit the unique and only observation tower, suspension bridge, night walks and the most important customized private program with a Naturalist Native Guide in Spanish.
(additional price for English Guide applies)

For information: Angela Hally: letsgotoecuador@hotmail.com What’s app 0992519679

Coca, Orellana Province. Mondays or the 5 days program and Fridays for 4 days program

Angela Hally

A unique experience among desert, local community, and mountains

Two incredible days of adventure, where we will visit the only desert in the central Andes, walk through trails surrounded by mountains and visit indigenous communities that will welcome us with a smile. We will get to know closely a project of social support to the indigenous community. And to close with a flourish, we will walk to the Nariz del Diablo (Devil’s Nose) following the railway and ancestral paths.

Saturday April 3rd and Sunday April 4th.

Includes:

— Private Transportation
— Bilingual speaking professional guide (English – Spanish)
— Local tour guide (second day)
— 1-night lodging
— Breakfast per night of accommodation
— Meals (from lunch first day until lunch the second day)
— Snack
— Coffee or tea after the cooking class
— Entrance fee
— All activities described in the itinerary
— Biosecurity protocols

Not including:
– Extra meals
– Extra drinks
– Personal expenses
– Tips

Price per person: $224 double occupancy
Price per person: $279 single occupancy

For any questions or if you would like detailed information about the itinerary please do not hesitate to contact me: Maria del Cisne.

Provincia del Chimborazo.

Maria del Cisne: ventas2@apullacta.com 099 975 0193

Water heater / calefon repair service on-site

Water heater / calefon repair on site, any brand all parts are available, guaranteed work.

Santa Isabel-Azuay.

Geoffrey Beltran: calefonrepair@gmail.com 098 606 6595

Fundacion Grace

Helping someone you don’t know be successful, will be your greatest success.

As a volunteer for Grace since last year, first from the States and now in Cuenca, I have found that not only do I find personal success and satisfaction, but I have also seen firsthand that the people who receive the help benefit greatly.

Grace, Give Refugees a Chance. first opened its doors in 2019 and in recent months has been providing free health care to 120 migrants and refugees per month. Recently, the doors of Grace closed after inspectors provided a new list of requirements for Grace to obtain their final licenses from the city. In order to complete the required work to re-open, Grace needs $5,500 in donations in order to purchase supplies and have the work completed. New walls, plumbed sinks and lighting is required.

Please go to our GoFundme page to make a donation. https://www.gofundme.com/f/emergency-health-care-for-venezuelans

Although the GoFundMe page highlights the help for Venezuelans, Grace currently helps all migrants and others in need of medical services. With your help we will be able to open our doors soon and start providing health care services to the most needy.

We have a list of needed construction materials if you would prefer to make an in-kind donation. To obtain a list please email: karla@giverefugeesachance.org

Grace also is need of people who have skills in construction, plumbing, wiring, and carpentry. Please email us if you are able to donate your time to help with our remodeling.

Guillermo Medina 25-01, Cuenca, Ecuador.

Steve Chasson: karla@giverefugeesachance.org 95 920 4786

CDSA Health Care Services

We provide professional and quality health care services at your door.

Our services include:

* Medical consultations
* Professional medical translators available for in person/online doctor’s appointments
* English to Spanish-Spanish to English translation
* Recreational therapy
* Palliative care
* Specialized Geriatric care
* Laboratory services
* Administration of medical treatments and control of vital signs
* Personal Hygiene and assisted comfort at home
* We also offer Natural Medicine services
* Massages
* Physiotherapy

*Contact
Spanish: 096 740 2790 ( Eva)
English: 098 118 3867 ( Harsha)

Cuenca. Every day, time depending on the services

We Tare Care Of Health CDSA S.A.S: CuencaNursingAgency@gmail.com Harsha 098 118 3867 / Eva 096 740 2790

Austrolab, clinical laboratory to your home

Hi, we are from Laboratory Austrolab. If you need blood work you can call us or write us on WhatsApp. We do Covid Tests RT-PCR, antigen, antibodies and rapid test

Carlos Ludena Ocampo: 098 084 4858. Call after: 7 AM.

City: Cuenca

All wood, solid, good and economical

We manufacture all kinds of wooden furniture; Solid and resistant wood. Please send a reference image and measurements.

We manufacture for all tastes.

– tables
– beds
– desks
– doors
– windows
– kitchen shelves
– bathroom shelves
– closets
– Night tables
– all kinds of tables
– chairs – all furniture.

Miguel Heredia, Cuenca. In hours from 9 AM until 6 PM

Natera: palletsmueblescuenca@gmail.com

Travelers will love this

Introducing Hoteles Full Vacations App. If you enjoy staying at 4 and 5 star hotels, Now you can enjoy them at a 50% or more discount all year long. With a simple download and the applying Promotional Code SWAX1 or DRVM1 and filling in the required information (which will be encrypted and secure) you will now have at your fingertips the ability to make reservation directly with the hotel of your choice at big savings. As a free bonus the app connects you to 94 municipal offices of tourism throughout Ecuador. This function is totally free and you can find out what is happening in every province in Ecuador.

Hoteles Full Vacations has been helping Ecuadorians for over 20 years. They are one of the premier tourism companies in Ecuador with over 90,000 members. The app is in Spanish and we will gladly help you if you have any questions. Your first reservation is free. If you activate the app after your first vacation, your savings will continue with every future reservation. You will be dealing direct with each hotel and you will receive the best discount rates with a totally free cancelation policy. Better than Expedia, Bookings, etc. So, give it a try today. Download the App to your phone via the App Store or Google Play – Hoteles Full Vacations.

Cuenca.

Diana Vera: 099 174 4740

Nebraska Hypoallergenic steam cleaning

Experts on steam cleaning all type of fabrics in Cuenca. Branches in Quito and Manta and now in Cuenca offering high-quality professional steam cleaning, using only all-natural plant based hypoallergenic shampoo, in combination with industrial strength cleaning equipment imported from the US. Cleaning services offered for:

Rugs
Upholstered furniture
Mattresses
Auto interiors
Curtains
We are fluent in English. Reasonable rates. Call now for a free estimate.

Also:

Handyman services
Electrician
Plumber
Carpentry
Landscaping
Surveillance system installation

Av 1 de mayo. From 8 AM to 6 PM

Freddy Delgado: fredd92@hotmail.com 093 937 9979

Let’s go to the Jungle

Hello adventurers,

We started this year with our first jungle tour with total success. Our passengers were happy to meet, enjoy and do different outdoor activities.

We have decided to establish three new dates for the tour, so you can plan your vacations and do not miss this great adventure with your family or friends. This is an organized tour for small groups, no more than 15 people for a 6 days / 5 nights trip.


In our trip to the jungle, we combine visits to the Andes and Jungle. We will stay at Suchipakari Ecolodge in Misahualli and we will enjoy hiking in the rainforest, learn more about the Quichua culture, and navigate the waters of the beautiful Napo River. On our way to the jungle, we will visit Baños de Ambato and the Chimborazo volcano, on the way back to Cuenca.

Dates:
March 14th – 19th, 2021
April 18th – 23rd, 2021
May 16th – 21st, 2021

Itinerary:
Day 1:
– Depart from Cuenca to Baños de Agua Santa – Activities at night
Day 2:
– Waterfalls Trail – “Pailon del Diablo” waterfall.
– Check in Suchipakari Lodge – Activities in the Lodge – Hiking
Day 3:
– Suchipakari Lodge: Hiking in the Jungle and visit to a Quichua communities
Day 4:
– Suchipakari Lodge: We will cross the wonderful Ecuadorian jungle in the waters of the Napo River. Contact with the wild life close to the river and the lagoon.
– Chocolate demonstration, artisanal elaboration techniques
Day 5:
– Free AM – Time to relax
– Transfer from Suchipakari to Riobamba.
Day 6:
– Visit to The Chimborazo Volcano – Hiking to the second refuge!
– Transfer to Cuenca.

Prices from: $668 per person
**The tour will be confirmed with a minimum of 8 people registered 7 days before the departure date with a 50% deposit.

***To get the full itinerary and photos or you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact me: Marithza Cuenca: maritza@apullacta.com / Mobil and WhatsApp: +593 099 960 4870

This rate includes:

* Bilingual guide (English – Spanish) all time with the group and also a native guide in Suchipakari Lodge
* Private transport all time with the group
* Hotel accommodation – Tourist superior class
* Breakfast per night of accommodation
* Meals (specified in the program)
* Entrance fee to all visitor sites listed on itinerary
* Activities, 24/7 assistance, taxes
* Biosafety protocols

Not included:

• Meals (Except those specified in the program – 03 lunch / 01 dinner)
• Beverage or alcoholics drinks
• Tips and personal expenses

Note: Due to the current situation and for the safety of all our travelers, we request a negative antigen test (swab) performed 36 hours before departure day.

Misahualli, Tena. March, April and May

Maritza Cuenca: maritza@apullacta.com 099 960 4870

Looking for chess players championship in Yunguilla Valley

Looking for a chess players for a Championship in Yunguilla Valley. If you do play chess let me know. We can coordinate to make a tournament of the king of sports.

For more information beltrangeoffrey615@gmail.com

Santa Isabel.

Geoffrey Beltran: beltrangeoffrey615@gmail.com 098 606 6595

BYOB Tienda eco-responsible

We are an eco shop. We offer a wide selection of natural and organic pantry products as well as personal care and household cleaning supplies with minimum packaging or with a refill system. You can find: Organic honey, propolis, pollen, and other bee products Organic cacao nibs, cacao infusion, our own blend of trail mix Natural peanut butter, hazelnut & chocolate spread Shampoo bars made with 100% natural ingredients Hair conditioner bars Natural soap free of dyes and fragrances Laundry detergent and fabric softener Dish washing liquid Multipurpose cleaner Liquid hand soap We work with a convenient refill system that will allow you to fill you own empty jars and jugs so that we can all contribute to reduce our plastic waste and also save some money every month.

Address: Miguel Moreno y Jacinto Flores, Cuenca.

Wilson: 099 906 6943 / 098 391 7769

Recommendation for who likes sweet buns? Bakery/restaurant

I am…and when I stepped into KOLO and got a whiff of the freshly baked cinnamon rolls, my mouth began to water at the temptation. Should I indulge in this goodie or should I try the kolaches, the inspiration for the bakery? The kolos won and my taste buds did a happy dance.

Soft, fresh, melt in your mouth gooeyness that was *almost* better than something I don’t get anymore! It’s a fine substitute in moderation.

And if the aroma of the baked goods doesn’t grab you, check out the menu. This is a serious twist on comfort food with a high-end twist. No mamby-pamby blandness here; the balance of seasonings combined with unusual pairings will explode in your mouth. Ever have that perfect combination of bites? A little of the chicken chili with the cornbread, egg, and salsa together on the fork savored so much you don’t want another bite or fear it won’t match the perfection it already has? But, you take more and it does create more pleasure?

This is food you enjoy with all your senses. And shouldn’t it be all that?

So go, for breakfast or lunch or a cup of java and a kolache. Frank is the proprietor and the host with the most. The ambiance, menu, and his company make KOLO an all-around winner.

Biosecurity measures and social distancing is strictly adhered to for your safety and comfort.

Address: Louis Cordero Upstairs in The Viajar Mansion Hotel

Contact information: Frank@gamil.com

Recommended by food lover: SAmtngypsy@gmail.com

Recommendation for Tere – Beauty Center, nails/hair/skin/facial and more

“Tere’s Beauty Center” a sweet, little boutique salon on Ordonez Lasso is a great, clean, un-crowded place all for your girly needs.

Tere – who speaks English – does a great job hair for men and women. Marina does an excellent mani-pedi… with so much care! They offer relaxation massages and facials, too. And,
she is running a special… right now.

Highly recommended.

Address: Ordoñez Lasso and Los Alamos

Contact information: 099 4811365

Recommended by Lisa Jaffe: lj@lisajaffe.com

Recommendation for María Teresa, learn Spanish via Zoom

For anyone looking to learn Spanish, I want to highly recommend Maria Teresa Ramon Giacometti. I’m a professor from the United States, and I’ve really enjoyed working 1 on 1 with Maria Teresa via zoom for the last couple of months since moving to Quito.

Her prices are very reasonable. She is a wonderful young woman who speaks Spanish, English and Italian fluently. She is well qualified professional teacher and journalist. We at Goshen College consistently contract with her for our study abroad students when they come to Ecuador each year.

If you are interested, I’m sure you could arrange a full course with her or if you are just looking for conversation practice, I’d bet she would be open to that. She is looking for more students at the moment, so I thought I’d reach out to our community here. Feel free to send her a message on WhatsApp.

Address: Quito – (Classes can be via Zoom)

Contact information: +593 99 772 8188

Recommended by Caleb Longenecker: cmlongenecker@gmail.com

La Mia Goat Cheese, Thursday and Friday

We will again be at Cuenca Consignments, Isabela 4-75 and 12 de Abril Thursday and Friday from 11-2. We will have all of our goat cheeses and goodies including Feta, Triple Cream aged Chevre and our new aged Callimanta cheese as well as our Zucchini Bread, Banana Bread and Sour Goats Milk Biscuits. Sauerkraut, Whole Half Sour Dill Pickles. Artisanal Liquors Bailey’s Style, Kahlua style and Tia Maria.

Pam and Craig Carothers Call us with questions or requests 099 128 0415

Thurs and Friday (3-11, 3-12) 11 AM – 2 PM, Isabela 4-75 and 12 de Abril

Craig Carothers: ccar0050@gmail.com 099 128 0415

Common Grounds annual anniversary party

Onece again Common Grounds is celebrating the anniversary party. With Gatos Negros in concert, performing the favorite songs of all time.

Come with your friends and celebrate with us! Is gonna be fun.

Best sports bar in town, great food, cocktails and service.

Mark your calendars, today. We hope to see you here. We will definitely have a great time. This event will have attendance limitations due de Covid restrictions; 50% capacity. We follow all the bio security protocols.

When: Saturday 13 March at 7:30 PM
Price: $5 cover
More info: 098 107 9406 Cristian.

March 13th from 7:30 to 10:30 PM, Eduardo Crespo Malo y Gran Colombia

Cristian

Pastrami by La Karlota is ready

Finally the pastrami is available, pink and delicious

We offer ready to eat products:

– Smoked Turkey Drumsticks
– Smoked Pork Belly (for sandwiches)
– Baked Turkey Breast (for sandwiches)
– Pastrami (for sandwiches)
– Baked Pork Leg (pernil)

Sandwiches on the go
• Chicken
• Pulled pork
• Turkey
• Smoked Pork Belly
• Pastrami


La Karlota Delicatessen – high quality products:
• Beef cuts
• Chicken (whole or cuts)
• Pork (ribs, chops, loin, fritada)
• Lamb (rack, chops, stew meat, ground lamb)
• Turkey (raw breast)
• Organic eggs from a happy hen’s farm (free running hens)
• Sausages
• Thick Smoked bacon (regular & artisan)
• Organic Chocolate
• Organic Jam
• and more

Visit us at Remigio Crespo 13-33 and Latinoamericana (near to Batan Shopping and right across to Casa Farah) or call us 099 299 0224. We do deliveries.
Please check out our:
Facebook fanpage:
https://www.facebook.com/karlotacuenca
Our catalogue:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Opermm97hC3RPbEkPyr8vNiXwehAxnj_/view?usp=sharing

We speak English

Monday to Friday 10 AM to 7 PM – Saturday 10 AM to 3 PM (out for lunch 1 to 2 PM), Remigio Crespo 13-33 and Latinoamericana (near to Batan Shopping and right across to Casa Farah)

Erik Feican: lakarlotadeli@gmail.com 099 299 0224

Authentic Italian brick oven fired pizza at the new Jazz Society Cafe

Try our brick-oven fired pizzas at the new Jazz Society Café. You can sample these pizzas in addition to breakfast and fine dining our entrees.

Vegetarian Pizza
Margherita Pizza
Pepperoni Pizza
Chicken Alfredo
Jazz Supreme Pizza

Breakfast Menu

Greek Yogurt and Granola Bowl $4.50

Sourdough Pancakes
(2pcs) $3.50
(3pcs) $4.50

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Today at Nunkui, beef from the Amazon

Good morning. Today we offer you beef from the Amazon. Fed only on grass, this beef has a superior taste, free of chemicals. It comes from farms owned by the Shuar, indigenous Amazonian people, who control deforestation and carry out a responsible use of the soil.

Today we can receive your orders for tenderloin and steak; also, as a test marketing, we have two pieces of brisket available, bone-in.

Free of charge Afternoon Home delivery.

You are invited to visit our new shop and gallery where you can find all kind of Amazonian products and indigenous art.

Business hours: Monday to Friday: 9:30 AM to 1 PM and 2:30 to 6 PM. Saturday: 9:30 AM to 1 PM., “Casa San Sebastián”. Simón Bolívar 13-86 y Estévez de Toral.

Paul Sanchez: psanchezregion6@gmail.com 099 586 7670

Shrimp and steak plate + free dessert $7.95 – Chef Narcissa

Don’t miss our special this week: Shrimp and steak with sautéed vegetables, chimichurri sauce, and mashed potatoes + free dessert $7.95

Dessert options include:

– Cheesecake
– Mocha Walnut Pie
– Apple Crisp
– Death by Chocolate cake

We also have our regular menu with delicious sandwiches like Shrimp Po’ Boy, Chicken Banh Mi, Grilled Lamb Burger and more. Plus, all your favorite plates: Mac and Cheese, Buddha Bowl, Meatloaf…

We have 4-portion trays of lasagna:

– Meat Lasagna $16
– Chicken Lasagna $14
– Vegetarian Lasagna $12

*Please order your lasagna at least 3 hours in advance

They all come with delicious homemade garlic bread.

Our Facebook was blocked so we have a new page, find us as Foods Cuenca. Feel free to call or WhatsApp, I’ll be happy to help.

Monday to Saturday, from 10 AM to 9 PM, Cuenca

Josellys: 099 262 4044

The Amazon Vanilla Company

There are over 250 flavor components in pure vanilla. Artificial vanilla has just one. Our pure Amazon vanilla will make your desserts – Exotic.

We support, source and involve indigenous growers in the Amazon basin of Ecuador to preserve the rainforest ecosystem. Each grower restores or protects the forest canopy.

Check out our story: http://www.amazoniavanilla.com

March 10, 2021, Quito

Carmen: carmy1802@hotmail.com 098 453 4019

Snacks, Romántic dinners, buffet and events and catering

Men’s Buffet style for all kinds of occasions. Excellent options to enjoy with family, friends or co-workers. 11 contours (2 rice options, 2 meat options, 2 salads, 2 garnishes and 3 dessert options)
to savor for only $20 per person, and you can repeat what you want. Crockery included.
Requests for a minimum of 10 people.

Lunches or dinners to surprise that special person on his day.
* Anniversaries
* Birthday
* Graduation

It includes: Decoration according (candles, lights and roses). Table clothing. Crockery. Cutlery. Glassware. Menus for two. Wine glasses. Desserts. Personalized attention during the service (trained waiter). We think in you and we offer all possible options to show your love for that special being.

For only $60.

We also have options of romantic dinners at $70 including entry dish, main course, dessert, glass of wine and romantic decoration, also dinners at $85 which includes: entry dish, main course, dessert, glass of wine, balloons according to the occasion (happy anniversary, happy birthday, congratulations) and romantic decoration.

Excellent options to surprise.
We also prepare the menu of your preference in the comfort of your home.

Enjoy our Venezuelan snacks with the best flavor.

Our first option:

Arepitas de Reina pepiada.
Tequeños stuffed with cheese.
Pastelitos with Ham and cheese.
Sweet arepitas with cheese.
Meat and chicken patties.
Our second option:
Arepitas of shredded meat.
Tequeños stuffed with cheese.
Chicken pastelitos.
Sweet arepitas with cheese.
Ham and cheese empanaditas.
Includes garlic sauce to accompany.
50 snacks for $25.
100 snacks for $50.

Everything for your event in one place. Events & Catering. * Events room. * Tables. * Chairs. *Table linen *Glassware *Cutlery * Tents * Menus: varied and rich options for the taste of our customers. * Snacks. *Desserts. *Drinks. Trained and experienced personnel in different areas: Waiters Bartender Protocol Chef Kitchen assistant Promoters Models Event organization. *Eventos Corporativos Méndez Johnson* Personal attention!

Sabrina Johnson Phone: 096 277 1945 my email: sabrinajohnson@outlook.com.

Reserve your date, Bella vista

I sell products (Raw butter, ghee, nuts, honey…)

This week we bring excellent quality products such as: organic butter per pound, organic ghee 200g / 400g / 550g, almonds, one-pound walnuts:

1 lb Organic Raw Butter – $3
200 gr Ghee – $6.50
400 gr Ghee – $12.50
550 gr Ghee – $15.50
1 lb Walnuts – $5.50
1 lb Almonds – $5.50
0.5lb Bee Pollen – $7
250ml Power Honey – $5
250ml Honey – $3.50
500ml Honey – $6
1 liter Honey – $10
1 liter Honey with design on the bottle – $12
Propolis – $3

Place your order we will deliver it to your home.

For purchases over $10 delivery is free. (Cuenca)

7 AM to 7 PM, Delivery

Daniela Carrasco: qorighee@gmail.com 098 146 0912 Instagram: Qorighee

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