We are over two thirds of the way to our goal of $9500, $7100 raised and only $2400 to go. Will you help us get our kids back to school?
Our dilemma: 22 shelter children living at Casa Mara Amor + 78 shelter children living outside the shelter x $95 = $9,500. This is the amount needed to provide our children with shoes, uniforms, underwear, backpacks and supplies. (Please note: thanks to our mailing list generosity and you wonderful people on GringoPost and Facebook, we have raised $6405 of this goal since last August 13th)
How you can help: We are looking for more $95 sponsors to help our kids return to school. If you can afford more, that would be great too.
Come and see us today at the Jazz Society Cafe from 10 AM to 2 PM. Check out great artisan products from your local vendors.
We will be serving delicious breakfast and lunch.
See you there.
10 AM to 2 PM, August 28, 2021, free, Los Cedros y Los Claveles (one block north from Ordonez Lasso), Cuenca.
Debby Degamo: email@example.com 096 322 3377
Dear Cuenca Community,
Shambhala Cuenca would like to invite you to meditate together from your home this Sunday at 10:30 AM. There are many forms and methods of meditation – the form you choose doesn’t matter, however it’s a very good thing to remember our shared humanity as we sit quietly and become mindful for a period of time.
Online meditation sessions are available at https://virtual-cushion.shambhalaonline.org
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We also do rental contract meditations. Are you stuck with a bad landlord or a bad contract? Contact us.
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Hello Group, I am moving to Cuenca in a few weeks. I have previously lived in Vilcabamba. Is there a service here that provides shipping from Amazon, Zappos, Zuliy and other online shopping from the United States? There is a service in Vilcabamba that is excellent but it will be easier to use a service in Cuenca.
Thank you for any suggestions,
Monica Gonzaga facilitator services, working since 2014 for the service of the foreign community. Many permanent and temporary residence visas have been delivered to our clients without any problem. 100% guaranteed from the first moment, 100 recommendations speak for us, at this point we can say that we can fix any problem you have
At Monica Gonzaga’s facilitator services we are dedicated to helping in all business that concerns expats who live in the city of Cuenca, even from other cities.
CCN, Spanish School, has prepared some Spanish Study books to help you improve your vocabulary, reading comprehension and writing production. They are all in Spanish, and you can also order your bilingual version (Spanish-English).
Here are the titles of our books:
“Dos libros recién salidos del horno”. Two books recently published,
Book 1: Reading Book, “Por eso, por eso, por eso te quiero Cuenca”. It is a collection of 15 stories told by Expats who have lived in Cuenca, Ecuador for quite a while. They tell why they chose to live here, their experience and anecdotes and also their recommendation to enjoy their stay the best possible way. (Level B2)
Here is the list of some of the chapters:
1. Un recorrido breve por Cuenca y sus museos (A short course on Cuenca’s museums)
2. Una guía para el caminante de la Cuenca histórica (A walker’s guide to historic Cuenca)
3. Un Expat encuentra un puerto seguro en Cuenca (An Expat finds safe harbor in Cuenca)
4. La Fanesca de Cuenca: Llena de tradición familiar (Cuenca’s Fanesca: family tradition)
5. La historia de Cuenca vive en los nombres de calles (Cuenca’s history lives…)
6. El Hojalatero (Tin man)
7. La iglesia de Turi (Turi Catholic church)
8. La puntualidad: ¿Por qué expatriados y ecuatorianos tienen percepciones tan diferentes sobre el tiempo? (Punctuality: Why do expats and Ecuadorians have such different perceptions of being ‘on time’?)
Paintings are $300 each, purchased in 2010 by A Avilez.
Weights are $75, 27 lb. dumbbells, chrome steel.
Nicholas Barringer: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Looking to get a really good night’s rest? Your mattress can make a huge difference. Per the manufacturer the mattress was “Designed for Comfort and Engineered to Last.”
This Angel Memory Foam Mattress was highly recommended by my husband’s pain management doctor in the US. So, if you have back problems or are just tired of the hard mattresses common to Ecuador this could be just what you’re looking for.
Hi, Sunday Brunch Cuenca family.
New product alert:
Homemade Southern Biscuit Mix, 2 lbs. for $10
You can make biscuits yourself whenever you need. Just add milk. You can also use as a topping for casseroles, cobblers, and more. Keep in the freezer and just take out what you need.
We now also have ravioli. Our 3-cheese ravioli comes frozen in a pack of 32 for $10. The pasta is homemade. Take out however many you need, boil, and then toss in your own sauce of choice. We recommend 8 per person. So delicious. You can’t beat homemade pasta. We’ve been eating them ourselves with slices of our sourdough.
Video of the process on our Facebook page at Sunday Brunch Cuenca
Ready to bake freezer meals: