If you ask Nicholas Barringer to describe himself,he would answer: “Nicholas is an adventurous young manwho loves to travel and tries to be a better person every day”. And this seems to be a very accurate description! After spending time in the United States as a life guard, at the age of 17 Nicholas started his journey through South America, working for a non-profit in Guatemala. From there, he later moved on to Buenos Aires. And after that, Cuenca. Barringer has lived in Ecuador now for over six years. He came to the country on his aunt and uncle’s recommendations,…
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