I have been enchanted with Cuenca since the day I arrived. I’ve also been writing about Cuenca since my earliest days. This article was originally printed in CuencaHighLife. The hectic schedule of the last few weeks was beginning to weigh on me. I wanted a break, but since I still have deadlines to meet, I figured, what could be better than to spend an afternoon in Cuenca’s Parque El Paraiso? Here is my report: The surface of the lake reflected ripe dandelions. I watched fish, swimming through the clouds and reeds. From time-to-time, water would ripple to the shoreline, concentric…
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