If you are reading this article, then you have either already decided, or are soon to make up your mind to go for it and take the Ecuador plunge! Yes — for the most part — everything you have heard about the wonderful climate, inexpensive living, the U.S. dollar as the national currency, the colorful festivals and the fact that Panama hats are made here is true. If that were all there were to think about before you move to Ecuador, then there would not be any point for me to write this article. But nothing in life is ever…
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