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How the police took me away to El Cajas park

How the police took me away to El Cajas park

By Jean McCord The Cuencano couple and I sat in the back seat of a police crew cab pickup on the way to El Cajas National Park. Two National Police officers took the front seats. I got a laugh when I joked that everyone would think we civilians were in custody. Nine police officers, all members of...

In rare Tweet, Moreno fires back at Correa

In rare Tweet, Moreno fires back at Correa

After enduring weeks of Twitter attacks from former president Rafael Correa, President Lenin Moreno responded with one of his own Thursday morning. It said, simply: “Síndrome de abstinencia,” (abstinence syndrome), and was accompanied with a graphic describing withdrawal symptoms from "sugar,...

Grilling and good health: Six hot tips for healthy barbecue

Grilling and good health: Six hot tips for healthy barbecue

Our friends from Quebec City, a town not known for its long, leisurely summers, don’t ever put away their gas grill. Come rain, sun, snow, or ice (there’s a LOT of ice in Quebec City!) they’re grilling. Like many folks, they crave the taste of foods cooked over an open fire. To them it’s a taste...

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