Thinking of Moving to Ecuador? Take this Short Quiz (#74)


1. Can Jif peanut butter be found here? If so, how much does it cost? Is there a local alternative?
2. There’s a fabulous hamburger bun with parmesan cheese, mozzarella, and oregano cooked right into it. What is it called?
3. Besides the obvious, parqueaderos can also be used for what other useful feature?
4. What can be found outside of most Coral’s, and why is this a good thing?
5. When setting up their home, a new Expat couple goes to Coral and buys two new shiny gas tanks. (Guilty) What will soon happen, making this a waste of time?

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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