Ecuador..You came, you saw, you conquered! So, besides enjoyably spending the rest of one’s days in Ecuador (albeit with the occasional trip back to one’s home country or a vacation to another land), eventually all of us meet our maker, regardless of our religious affiliation or life philosophy. That said, when we die, whether expected or unexpected (however the case may be), it is always better to leave our grieving family and friends with a ‘trail of clear instructions’, rather than a ‘trail of tears’, due to a relative (or relatives’) lack of clarity related to same. Thus, even if…
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