Thinking of Moving to Ecuador? Take this Short Quiz (#62)


1. Even if one does not speak Spanish, at the immigration line at the airport how can one generally tell which is the local’s line and which is the foreigner’s line?
2. Before leaving the U.S. for an extended period, what is one thing that it might be best to set up at their bank and why?
3. Many major airlines require what when shipping an animal? Why is that?
4. In mid-2023 there were only two international airports in Ecuador. What are they, and what might it generally be wise for a visitor to do immediately after getting out of customs?
5. What are the names of the major Transit hubs in Quito, where are they located, and why is there more than one?

0. Strongly recommend going to
1. Probably best to go to
2. Consider going to
3. 50/50
4. You might be ok without
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Rick Ochoa

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