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. It is an undeniable fact. Your heart will be broken, too.” This was how Jake introduced himself as he slumped against my table. It was a beautiful day; the cafe was full, he crumbled into one of the last available chairs. He went on: “I have never been married, other than a time or two when I was younger. I know none of that matters now, but, my heart was broken yesterday.”…
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