miércoles, 16 de abril de 2014

AT THE MIDDLE OF THE WORLD...



Francisco Guayasamin, my tour guide, and I visited the center or middle of the earth with the equatorial line. Water on one side of the line flowed clockwise and on the other side counterclockwise, just a few inches apart. When you walk along with line with outstretched arms and closed eyes, you can feel the two opposing centrifugal forces in each hand try to pull you in one of the Hemispheres. Your shadow is almost underneath you, and twice a year, for 3 minutes at noon, there are no shadows in that spot.

Then we visited a volcano in which indigenous people live on the land within the crater in a closed community with no electricity or IT. They live completely off the land and have few health problems. They ride donkeys and horses to transport their produce to market. The energy was incredible in both places.

And I found out  that your face will turn red even with 45SPF sunscreen and a hat. I asked Francisco to speak in Spanish except when I did not understand something. He explained it in English then we switched to Spanish. He is very knowledgeable about the multi cultural heritage that is Ecuador. We visited an archeological museum and an outdoor musuem that had huts and small cabins unique to the different indigenous peoples in various parts of the country. Ecuador is a mix of indigenous, African, Spanish, French, and other Central and South American countries. So there is a beautiful tapestry of facial structures and bodies types. Unfortunately Ecuador has not been immune to the influences of white people, so the same discrimination and systems of oppresion are present here.
Here in Quito, the altitude had me huffing and puffing when I took a walk in the morning. However the middle of the world was at a lower altitude so I could breathe with ease.

The cafe con leche here is incredible with not a trace of bitterness or acid. There is a subtle sweetness to the flavor. The same is true for the natural spring water.

NELSON SEARS

 

sábado, 12 de abril de 2014

HABITACIÓN EN DEPARTAMENTO DEL CENTRO HISTÓRICO DE QUITO

Habitación para una persona en departamento restaurado,
centro histórico de Quito, a dos cuadras del Palacio de Gobierno.



El mini departamento dispone:

1.  Wi Fi
2. Agua calienta 24 horas
3. Disponibilidad del uso de la  cocina
4-Completa seguridad
5- Pequeña biblioteca
4- Terraza
5- Información turística y cultural



Precio $15 diarios por persona

RESERVACIONES:

FRANCISCO GUAYASAMIN

Travel Agent & Tour Guide

Phone: (593) 86 588 404
Celular: 0986 588 404 
Land Line: 604 28 45 (Quito)

domingo, 15 de diciembre de 2013

QUITO - ECUADOR... The Most Beautiful City In South America.



For the fifth year in a row, International Living has chosen Ecuador as the #1 retirement destination in the world. And for good reason.

But when North Americans come to Ecuador, they often bypass the capital city in favor of other destinations. Why? Beats us. Because in our estimation, Quito is one of the most beautiful cities in South America...

Why do we love Quito,  Ecuador ? The sweet-natured people... the extraordinary weather... the gorgeous scenery... the great restaurants, shopping, the first-class infrastructure and services... and, of course, the affordability...

It's a city where you can still take a taxi anywhere in town for $1 to $5 and find a menu del dia... usually a four-course meal of soup, salad, meat/rice/vegetables, dessert and beverage... for $1.50 to $2.50. Yes, there are gourmet restaurants where you can spend more but compared to back home, it's a bargain extraordinaire...

Today's Quito is a world-class metropolis with happy surprises tucked in so many corners. You wouldn't know that, of course, if you've only flown in and out of its international airport. If your only experience of Quito is spending time stalled in traffic on your way out of the city, your opinion may not be high. But spend even a few days getting to know her and we think you'll agree that Quito is a very special place.

Often called the "most beautiful big city in South America" for its location in the palm of a valley cupped between towering Andean peaks, Quito has so many parks and plazas, it's hard to pick a favorite.

The 14,000-acre Parque Metropolitano, bordering the city's Bellavista neighborhood, is the largest urban park in South America. (For comparison, New York's Central Park is just 834 acres.) Hiking here, in the maze of forested paths, is a nature lover's delight--the air smells of eucalyptus and pine, and from atop the eastern ridge, the views of Quito to the west, and to the east, the valley and volcanoes beyond is something you'll not soon forget.

On a clear summer day in Quito, in fact, you'll see the snow-topped Antisana, Cotopaxi and Cayambe volcanoes looming over the city. (That's the way it appears, but they're actually some distance away.)
Of course, when we use the word "summer" it means something different here than it does back home. In Ecuador there are only two seasons: summer--or the dry season--and winter, our rainy season. It's hard to decide which we like best...the crisp, sunny days of summer or the cool, fog-enshrouded evenings of "winter." In either case, average temperatures hover around 75 degrees during the day and 45 or so at night...every day.

If you only have one day in Quito, spend it in Old Town, the first-ever locale in the world to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Covering more than 800 acres, this is the largest historic center in the Americas, with an over-abundance of ancient thick-walled, tile-roofed colonial buildings, churches, museums, and more. We never get tired of exploring the gold-gilded La Compañia de Jesus Church and the neo-gothic Basilica del Voto Nacional adorned with animals native to Ecuador instead of gargoyles. We dare you to climb to the top of its bell tower...
Art lovers, go directly to the Bellavista neighborhood to the former home of famous Ecuadorian painter Oswaldo Guayasamín and one of the city's most impressive art museums, the Capilla del Hombre, dedicated to the indigenous and exploited people of Latin America. Maybe it's voyeuristic, but we always love snooping around in an artist's studio and this one doesn't disappoint. The museum itself, with its large-format murals, is hauntingly impressive.

Shoppers will love La Mariscal, also called "Gringolandia" because of the hordes of tourists and backpacker hotels here. Plaza Quinde, at the intersection of Calles Reina Victoria and Foch, is our favorite place to settle in with a cocktail at an outdoor cafe and do some serious people watching. This is also the place to satisfy your shopping lust. Take a few bucks (that's all you'll need) and poke into the handicraft shops lining Avenida Amazonas or head for the large artisan mercado at the corner of Reina Victoria and Jorge Washington Streets. You'll find carved items, ponchos, sweaters, scarves, rugs, ceramics, gourds, textiles of all kinds, and my weakness...artisan chocolate.

We could go on and on... If you take away one thing from this, let it be: Quito isn't a place to pass through enroute to somewhere else. It's a fabulous, grows-on-you destination and well worth your time to discover its many Old- and New-World charms.

SOURCE: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/suzan-haskins-and-dan-prescher/retire-to-ecuador_b_3518701.html

FRANCISCO GUAYASAMIN
Travel Agent & Tour Guide in Ecuador
http://paiscanelatravel.blogspot.com
canelatravel@yahoo.es
Skype: francisco_guayasamin
Phone: (593) 986 588 404

miércoles, 31 de julio de 2013

TRANSFER IN AND OUT : AIRPORT – QUITO – AIRPORT


We offer you a personalized service making you the transfer from the Mariscal Sucre Airport in Tababela to your hotel in Quito or from Quito to the airport.

Fares for one or two passangers:
Since 7:00 up to 19:00 -  $ 35
Since: 19:00 up to 07:00 -  $ 45

If you are more than 3 , we have special prices , and you can come very confortable in our Van.



Please tell us the the time or your arrival , and we will be there.

canela_travel@yahoo.es
Phones: (593) 986 588 404 / 998 423 402 / 99 688 4800
Skype: francisco_guayasamin

lunes, 15 de julio de 2013

RETIRE TO QUITO - ECUADOR


Quito, Ecuador: The Most Beautiful City In South America?



For the fifth year in a row, International Living has chosen Ecuador as the #1 retirement destination in the world. And for good reason. You can read all about it here.

But when North Americans come to Ecuador, they often bypass the capital city in favor of other destinations. Why? Beats us. Because in our estimation, Quito is one of the most beautiful cities in South America...

Why do we love Quito, Ecuador?

The sweet-natured people... the extraordinary weather... the gorgeous scenery... the great restaurants, shopping, the first-class infrastructure and services... and, of course, the affordability...

It's a city where you can still take a taxi anywhere in town for $1 to $5 and find a menu del dia... usually a four-course meal of soup, salad, meat/rice/vegetables, dessert and beverage... for $1.50 to $2.50. Yes, there are gourmet restaurants where you can spend more but compared to back home, it's a bargain extraordinaire..
.
Today's Quito is a world-class metropolis with happy surprises tucked in so many corners. You wouldn't know that, of course, if you've only flown in and out of its international airport. If your only experience of Quito is spending time stalled in traffic on your way out of the city, your opinion may not be high. But spend even a few days getting to know her and we think you'll agree that Quito is a very special place.

Often called the "most beautiful big city in South America" for its location in the palm of a valley cupped between towering Andean peaks, Quito has so many parks and plazas, it's hard to pick a favorite.

The 14,000-acre Parque Metropolitano, bordering the city's Bellavista neighborhood, is the largest urban park in South America. (For comparison, New York's Central Park is just 834 acres.) Hiking here, in the maze of forested paths, is a nature lover's delight--the air smells of eucalyptus and pine, and from atop the eastern ridge, the views of Quito to the west, and to the east, the valley and volcanoes beyond is something you'll not soon forget.

On a clear summer day in Quito, in fact, you'll see the snow-topped Antisana, Cotopaxi and Cayambe volcanoes looming over the city. (That's the way it appears, but they're actually some distance away.)

Of course, when we use the word "summer" it means something different here than it does back home. In Ecuador there are only two seasons: summer--or the dry season--and winter, our rainy season. It's hard to decide which we like best...the crisp, sunny days of summer or the cool, fog-enshrouded evenings of "winter." In either case, average temperatures hover around 75 degrees during the day and 45 or so at night...every day.

If you only have one day in Quito, spend it in Old Town, the first-ever locale in the world to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Covering more than 800 acres, this is the largest historic center in the Americas, with an over-abundance of ancient thick-walled, tile-roofed colonial buildings, churches, museums, and more. We never get tired of exploring the gold-gilded La Compañia de Jesus Church and the neo-gothic Basilica del Voto Nacional adorned with animals native to Ecuador instead of gargoyles. We dare you to climb to the top of its bell tower...

Art lovers, go directly to the Bellavista neighborhood to the former home of famous Ecuadorian painter Oswaldo Guayasamín and one of the city's most impressive art museums, the Capilla del Hombre, dedicated to the indigenous and exploited people of Latin America. Maybe it's voyeuristic, but we always love snooping around in an artist's studio and this one doesn't disappoint. The museum itself, with its large-format murals, is hauntingly impressive.

Shoppers will love La Mariscal, also called "Gringolandia" because of the hordes of tourists and backpacker hotels here. Plaza Quinde, at the intersection of Calles Reina Victoria and Foch, is our favorite place to settle in with a cocktail at an outdoor cafe and do some serious people watching. This is also the place to satisfy your shopping lust. Take a few bucks (that's all you'll need) and poke into the handicraft shops lining Avenida Amazonas or head for the large artisan mercado at the corner of Reina Victoria and Jorge Washington Streets. You'll find carved items, ponchos, sweaters, scarves, rugs, ceramics, gourds, textiles of all kinds, and my weakness...artisan chocolate.

We could go on and on... If you take away one thing from this, let it be: Quito isn't a place to pass through enroute to somewhere else. It's a fabulous, grows-on-you destination and well worth your time to discover its many Old- and New-World charms.

For more information you can write or contact to:

FRANCISCO GUAYASAMIN
Travel Agent & Tour Guide
canelatravelsur@yahoo.es
Skype: paiscanela
Phone: ( 593 ) 986 588 404 / 998 423 402 /996 884 800

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/suzan-haskins-and-dan-prescher/retire-to-ecuador_b_3518701.html

jueves, 25 de abril de 2013

INCLUSIVE CHURCH


ADVENT – ST. NICHOLAS
English Speaking Church



A welcoming ecumenical, liturgical and inclusive community church
The Church of the Advent was originally established as a Lutheran congregation by Swiss and German “ex-pats” over 50 years ago. Within this context an English-speaking congregation soon grew up, and somewhat later a Spanish-speaking congregation.

The English-speaking congregation merged with the Episcopal congregation of
St. Nicholas in the late 1970s.  The German, English, and Spanish-speaking congregations co-exist under a single institutional umbrella called Iglesia Evangélica Luterana del Ecuador .
[IELE]

Each of the three congregations has its own pastor, officers, and governing board, and each manages its own services, programs, and finances. None of the congregations, however, is an independent body

The three congregations worship together on three occasions annually:
Reformation Day, the First Sunday of Advent, and Pentecost.


09:00 English Congregation
10:15. German Congregation
11:30 Congregación En Español  y Grupo GLBT Cristiano
ADDRESS
Isabel  La Católica N 14 31 y Av. Francisco de Orellana
Near Hotel Quito – Close to the U.S Embasador House
Phone (02)  250-7494
www.asnquito.org
Quito - Ecuador

 

miércoles, 24 de abril de 2013

QUITO GAY LIFE


Pic: Hugh Sitton


Ecuador has undergone a remarkable transformation in the last few years. On 10th August 1998 the constitution of Ecuador was reformed to "recognise the equality of all before the law without discrimination against age, sex, ethnic orgin, colour, religion, political affiliation, economic position, sexual orientation, state of health, incapacity, or difference of any kind." These rights are possibly the most enlightened in South America and may be the envy of some of the more economically advanced countries in the world.

Nevertheless four years is a relatively short time to change attitudes. Prior to this Ecuadorians could be arrested for offences against public morals on any pretext like, for example, just being present in a gay bar. So, although Quito has become a little more liberal in the last few years bear in mind that Ecuador generally still has a macho and conservative culture. Homosexuality continues to be viewed negatively so adjust your behaviour accordingly and keep a low profile in public. Acceptance will only be achieved slowly and by not provoking reactionary elements.

Regrettably some some authorities and police in Ecuador haven't yet got the message. On 2nd April 2002 Amnesty International issued a reportentitled "http://web.amnesty.org/ai.nsf/recent/amr280012002 " Pride and Prejudice: Time to break the vicious circle of impunity for abuses against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people in which are documented cases of homophobic harassment, torture and ill-treatment against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) people, in the cities of Quito and Guayaquil.

All night life in Quito has suffered a serious set-back since August 2001. By decree of the mayor all bars must close at 22h00 Monday-Thursday and 24h00 Friday-Saturday, and discos must close at 24h00 Monday-Thursday and 01h00 Friday-Saturday. Business owners are dismayed by this decree and hope to persuade the authorities to revert to the former regulations. Some business owners are now ignoring these hours but if you are caught in a police raid you must have your passport or cedula.

The gay scene is relatively quiet from Sunday to Thursday but Friday and Saturday are the nights when everything takes off (or cums off!).

Most of the gay places are in or near the districts of Mariscal and Colon in Quito new town. However these areas are definitely not safe at night so take a taxi every time. The doormen at the gay places are very helpful so take their advice.

The gay scene in Quito is free of dress-code, uniforms, and clones; dress for all occasions and places is casual light-weight summer wear (although you will need a light sweater or casual jacket in the cool evenings). There is no age-ism. There is also a lack of attitude. You will find Quiteños very friendly, interested in foreigners (gringos), and a fair proportion speak some English. It does help to be able to speak some Spanish, but not speaking Spanish isn't a bar to having a good time. Do I have to tell you where the best language classroom is?

Ian Wilcock

Francisco Guayasamin
Ecuador Gay Tour Guide
http://paiscanelatravel.blogspot.com
canela_travel@yahoo.es

RESIDENCE VISAS IN ECUADOR


We assist in obtain residence visas in Ecuador:

Reinter.
Policy investor or real state.
Industrial and commercial investors.
Representatives of Companies, specialized job and admistration.
Professional.
Family Relationship (Protection).
Students.
Specialized job.
Missionaries, volunteers.
Cultural Exchange.
Trade.
Pedestrians, tourism.
Our lawyers advises on matters of notaries, civil, criminal, traffic, corporate
and other Ecuadorian legal regulations.

More info:

FRANCISCO GUAYASAMIN
Travel Agent & Tour Guide in Ecuador
canela_travel@yahoo.es
Phone (593) 986-588-404
Skype: paiscanela

lunes, 18 de marzo de 2013

QUITO GAY G. HOTEL - FIRST CLASS


Small gay-owned boutique hotel located in a former colonial house. Your affordable and luxurious starting point for visiting the treasures of enchanting Ecuador. Situated in the heart of Quito, this Boutique is a small oasis of comfort, peace and tranquility. It is a delightful mix of European tradition and contemporary trend. Our team welcomes you in an authentic colonial house with newly decorated guest rooms.



QUITO GAY FRIENDLY , FIRST CLASS HOTEL BOUTIQUE

Our Hotel has brand new guest rooms, designed with taste and dedicated to a peaceful and comfortable stay. Our excellent beds with orthopedic mattresses and pillows with anti-mites treatment, guarantee a good night’s rest. All rooms have a private bathroom and meet to European standards.

Room facilities: Superior rooms, gorgeous design, orthopedic mattresses, anti-mites treatment, private bathroom with shower, WC and hairdryer, flat screen cable TV, free wireless internet, telephone, safety deposit box, delightful breakfast included, bottled water, 24 hour reception.



SINGLE ROOM $ 74,70
DOUBLE ROOM - DOUBLE BED $ 84,80
DOUBLE ROOM – TWINS BED $ 99,10
SUITE $ 115
APARTMENT SUITE $ 125

Taxes and continental breakfast are included. All the hotel has Wi fi.


R
eservations: Phone: (593) 986 588 404 / 998 423 402
canela_travel@yahoo.es
Skype: paiscanela

QUITO GAY F. HOTEL - TOURIST SUPERIOR

GAY FRIENDLY HOTEL IN QUITO

For tourist that are visiting the cultural patrimony of the World We are a family hotel with thirty-five years experience of hotels, based on a philosophy of service and cleanliness, where the guest is our guest of honor.

We have 18 rooms comfortably equipped for your comfort, cable TV, direct dial telephone.

Additionally the hotel has the cafeteria services, laundry, free internet cafe, safety box, storage for luggage, parking, wireless internet service Wi-Fi.

We are located in the best area north of the city, close to everything, is concentrated around the hotel the tourist, financial, commercial and banking.

The Hotel is located in a quiet and safe street, surrounded by the main avenues.


F
ares: $ 42 per single room. / $ 55 per double room. / $ 70 per triple room.
Taxes and american breakfast are included.

Reservations:

ECUADOR GAY TRAVEL
Phone: (593) 986-588-404 / 998-423-402
canelatravelsur@yahoo.es
Skype: paiscanela
Quito - Ecuador

domingo, 17 de marzo de 2013

A GOOD RETIREMENT PLACE

 
My name is Francisco Guayasamin. I am a travel agent and tour guide out of Quito, Ecuador. Although I’m based in Quito, I travel the entire country, including the Galapagos, the beaches, the Amazon, Guayaquil, and Cuenca, which is a very popular retirement community for English speakers (although the gay community there is only just beginning).

No matter what you want to do, I can probably find it for you and set you up with an attractive package. I’ve lived in Ecuador all my life so I can find those special spots in which you can live, retire, and travel that will give you a real taste of Ecuador. We’ll see all the tourist spots that you want and we’ll also see the small mom and pop run stores and restaurants that abound throughout Ecuador.

You’ll be surprised at the quality and the low prices that they have. I can even bring you to English and German language church services.Whether you’re here for a few days or want to retire here, I can help. I will meet you at the airport, take you to your hotel or hostel and be with you as long as you need me.

I’ve helped many foreigners buy houses and condos, get medical attention, and find good deals at the local markets for things that range from beds to computers. I can help you find a post office, an English speaking lawyer or doctor, help you get insurance, and even help you get signed up for Ecuadorian social security. I can help you get your cedula (Ecuadorian ID card) and censo (foreigner’s ID card), and also know a good lawyer who work with both immigration to help you get your visa, and real estate issues, if you’re looking at buying a house, a condo, a business or land.I speak Spanish and English. I am willing and able to travel with you or just set up an itinerary for you.

FRANCISCO GUAYASAMIN
Travel Agent & Tour Guide in Ecuador
Celular (593) 86-588-404 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting GRATIS (593) 986-588-404
Claro: 0998 423 402 / Cnt: 099 688 4800end_of_the_skype_highlighting

canelatravelsur@yahoo.es
Skipe: paiscanela
Quito - Ecuador

ABOUT GAY CLUBS IN QUITO

GLBT People usually go to bars and clubs on Friday and Saturday night over 23:00
By city ordinancebars and clubs close at 02:00.



 
Dionisios is a very good  alternative if you love art and theater.
 
Most of them are young people; the average age is around 25 years. Most gays that used to go to these clubs are affeminate.
Mature men who like young guys are the most that like haunting in this environment.

If you are foreigner or just to these places for having fun, as a recommendation: don’t accept drinks from any strangers.

Most people are friendly, but there are also people who want to take advantage of tourists or mature gay men. Nowadaysmany young gays falsely believe thatmature gay men necessarily have to give money to them and always are looking for economical help. Don’t give your credit card to anyone.

Most bars and clubs in Quito arelocated in the district of "La Mariscal", because it’s a touristic area. At night the streets become extremely dangerous. It is preferable that you lwaystake a taxi at night and dawn. Many thieves are often located just off of the gay bars especially to steal to gay that are inebriated.

If you suffer of asthma or respiratory problems, none of the gay clubs in Quito have ventilationor air conditioning.

Talking about economicalclasses, most Ecuadorians belong to the middle and lower class. Only 5% of the population belongs to the upper middle classes. Probably you will find lots of gays who pretend to belong to the high class. Is only to show off what they don’t have.

Gay and bisexual men who belong to upper middle class rarely frequent thesesites but some sites are promoted as “Exclusive”. Usually these sites don’t last longer because gay men just love to experiment.

In most of the gays bars, when people is over drunk, they start to have unprotected sex usually inside the baths. Sometimes Quito, is like San Francisco CA at the 80’. Gays are believing that freedom is have sex with anybody, lots of alcohol, drugs, poppers. They don’t care about Sexual Transmission diseases, because they think that the government pays everything. For them is their rigtht to ask for free medicine and medical atention when they are sick.

The music that you are going to find inside the discos, mostly techno and regeton.

If you wish a  tour for GLBT Places like bars, discos and saunas., you can call to 0986588404

QUITO GAY TOUR GUIDE

 
 
My name is Francisco Guayasamin, and I am a native of Quito, Ecuador. For more than 20 years, I have been assisting visitors and new residents to Ecuador in their needs for both visiting and settling in ourbeautiful country.

My expertise is extremely wide-ranging, including my
extensive knowledge of the history, culture, and heritage
of my country, butalso my ability to guide you in real estate and investment matters.

My services range from simple escorted tours of the country to working with you in locating both residential and commercial properties for rent or purchase.

I have been of assistance to members of the gay community in showing them places they want to go. Exposing my clients to the gay community and businesses of Ecuador and giving them an understanding of the total gay experience of my country.

I am completely at your disposal for whatever needs you may have from tourism to business and real estate investment. It does not matter if it is a weekend holiday or a month or more in Ecuador, I have the facility and expertise to be of total service for your needs. Please feel free to contact me either through:

Skipe: paiscanela
canelatravelsur@yahoo.es
Phone: ( 593) 986 588 404 / 998 423 402
http://paiscanelatravel.blogspot.com

ECUADOR GAY TOUR GUIDE


                                         http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qM2xG-FU4aE


ECUADOR TOUR GUIDE
FARES
PERSONALIZED TRANSFER IN AND OUT
QUITO – AIRPORT – QUITO
Since 07:00 up to 19:00 -  $ 35
Since 19:00 up to 07:00 - $ 45

QUITO CITY TOUR
Main places of the old town.
Since  10:00 up to 17:00
1 person - $ 40
2 persons - $ 60
Per each additional Person + $ 10
Private Transportation: $ 20 ( Guapulo, Panecillo, La Basílica)
MIDDLE OF THE WORLD
Complete tour to the Middle of The World
Including Pululahua Volcano and Intiñan.

Since  10:00 up to 17:00
1 person  - $ 40
2 persons - $ 60
Per each person more + $ 10 (each one)
Private Transportation: $ 25 One Way - $ 45 Round Trip
If you don’t want private transportation, tour starts at 09:00
NIGH AND DAY IN QUITO
1 Person $ 80
2 Persons $ 100
Per each additional person + $ 20
FULL NIGHT AND DAY OUTSIDE QUITO
1 Person $ 100
2 Person $ 120
Per each additional person + $ 20
Fares don’t include meals, transport and lodge if is required.
·         If you required private transportation outside Quito,
we will send you the fares according the places that you want to visit.
 
 
FRANCISCO GUAYASAMIN
Travel Agent & Tour Guide
http://paiscanelatravel.blogspot.com
Phone: (593) 986-588-404
canela_travel@yahoo.es 
Skype: paiscanela


·         Please these data is only for tourist, not for personal contacts neither to give you free information about  gay places or where to go in Ecuador. If you need this kind of information, please search on internet. If you want to know Ecuador with a specialized tour guide, for me will be a pleasure to know you.