So where do you find a book in English? I have only seen books in English at book trades in hotels and restaurants that cater to “Gringos” and at one used book store in Quito.
If you want a book in English, be sure to bring your iPad or Kindle and be sure you stay in a place that has a working internet connection.
PS: Would you like more ACCURATE, AUTHENTIC and UP TO DATE INFORMATION about ECUADOR?
WORDS TO THRIVE BY FOR WORLD TRAVELERS: FOOTPRINTS IN ECUADOR by Mary Anne Dorward
Related Links and Posts:
Ecuador: My First Impressions: http://wp.me/p47vLx-1Q
Becoming A World Citizen and Why It’s Important Part One: http://wp.me/p47vLx-c4
Becoming A World Citizen and Why It’s Important Part Two: http://wp.me/p47vLx-eN
The Many Faces Of Ecuador: http://wp.me/p47vLx-d5
Tranquility And The Drama In Your Head: http://wp.me/p47vLx-8Q
Moving To Ecuador: Where Do I Fit In As An American Woman?http://wp.me/p47vLx-2v
- Note: All photos in “Footprints in Ecuador: An American Woman’s Life Changing Journey” have been taken by Mary Anne Dorward. All photos and writing on this blog are protected under the U.S. Trademark: Words To Thrive By. For more information, to schedule an inspirational speech or interview, please contact Mary Anne at email@example.com.