Robert Bradley

By Robert Bradley There is something endearing about seeing eight-year-old boys all dressed up in their Sunday best for church. Unlike little girls who tip the cuteness scale almost sideways, boys seem to be competing whether they or their clothes will grow up first. The kid almost always wins. The shirt is a little too...
By Robert Bradley CuencaHighLife noted that this “rainy” season’ is the wettest in 30 years. I wouldn’t know anything about that because I just got here. And besides, I hail from the Pacific Northwest so rain is second nature to me. And, honestly, I love it. I love living with consuming rain that dominates all...
By Robert Bradley There are few activities for me that are more satisfying than preparing dinner with music playing in the background, with a glass of wine nearby. Savoring the finished product is great, but the act of cooking is equally enjoyable. We are challenged to consume in order to live — but we are graced...
By Robert Bradley I am a fresh resident of Cuenca, only three month on. I’d like to share with you a snapshot of my early days and the people who influenced my first impression. I arranged housing a month or so prior to my arrival. I chose the Cuenca Inn, a classic “casa patrimonial” that...
By Robert Bradley Having been warned by City Cab to arrive early, as an ice storm was due, I arrived at the Portland, Oregon International Airport with plenty of time to check my bags. Six hours was too early, it seems, because I could not check my bags for another two hours. However, I was...

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Week of June 16

Noboa’s Government Moves to End Fuel Gasoline Subsidies, Highlighting Inequities for Low-Income Groups.

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Cuenca-Girón-Pasaje Road to Temporarily Close for Pipeline Replacement.

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Ecuador to Initiate Construction of $52 Million ‘Bukele-Style’ Prison to Combat Organized Crime.

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