My name is Gustav Lehstmann and I am a geography student from Germany at the University of Hamburg. I am currently writing my bachelor thesis on the integration of retirees from the Global North in Cuenca, Ecuador. I came up with this idea because I did a year of voluntary service in Riobamba and visited Cuenca several times.
This survey is about the coexistence between Ecuadorian and foreign society in Cuenca. Its questions address various aspects of everyday life and aim to find out what type of integration is present. The questionnaire includes about 34 questions, varying slightly depending on your selected answers. Accordingly, the editing time is about 5-10 min.
In the context of my thesis, I chose this medium to survey people both because of the pandemic and moreover because I think that most foreigners are very well connected online.
The information obtained as a result of this survey will be treated confidentially and anonymously and used exclusively for the purpose of the Bachelor thesis. In order for the survey to be carried out successfully, it is important that the questionnaire is answered in complete form.
Thank you for participating!
Pampamisayoc Qi Gong is offering the empowering practices of Qi Gong… Classes are offered 5 days a week, Monday thru Friday. Visit our FaceBook Page, Pampamisayoc Qi Gong for a full weekly class schedule. https://www.facebook.com/pampaqigong, Our Head Instructor has over 60 years of experience practicing and teaching Qi Gong.
Come by for one of our Beginning Classes, there are 7 beginning classes each week. We open the doors a minimum of 30 minutes before the scheduled class time… and our classes start on time… so we encourage you to come early… Or contact us if you have experience practicing Qi Gong and we can schedule you for one of our Intermediate or Advanced classes. This will give you a chance to find out a little more about Qi Gong and to meet us.
Classes are conducted in English.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
17 – 51 Mariscal Lamar entre Miguel Heredia y Octavio Cordero.
(Close to San Sebastian Park).
Frida Curtis Strandberg
098 545 20 54
Cuenca is the perfect city to start your art collection and turn your home into a personal art gallery.
When you acquire an artwork, you get a unique piece with a high cultural value that immerses you in the fascinating world of art: the artists’ concepts, history, specialized magazines, art fairs and exhibitions, and more.
In addition to acquiring a unique artwork, you boost the career of artists in Cuenca, a city recognized by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
In PaintourArt Galería you will find different art proposals from more than 8 different artists. We invite you to visit us and connect with art!
We are in Plaza Otorongo, on the second floor of Flora Caffe from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm.
What really makes Holiday times so special? Cookies of course! The smell of cookies in the oven and the taste of that special morsel of goodness is the height of the holiday season. King Smokehouse and Mountain Home gourmet want to share this special time with a seasonal sale you will adore. Next week from Monday to Saturday Felix is offering Mountain Home Gourmet cookies mixes for the unbelievable low price of: 4 mixes for $10. This is a huge savings so stock up now. Homemade gifts are the most special and your King Smokehouse is helping you to make those gifts effortless. Our mixes are made with the very best ingredients and crafted for success, Gift others but don’t forget to gift yourself. Choose from: Chocolate Chip, Jolly Ginger, Simple Sugar, and Oatmeal Raisin. Mix and match just as you like it.
For this Holiday season Felix will be offering Glazed Smoked Boneless Hams (large and petite), Turkey Breast, and Smoked Whole Chickens. Get your orders in NOW!
Your Happy Holiday Tienda is ready to help you have the Merriest holiday ever. Just across from Parque San Sebas on Coronel Talbot. 0969047724
You are invited to gather with the community of St. Christopher Episcopal Mission at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, December 21st for the Blue Christmas Liturgy. Masks are required. All are welcome to worship with St. Christopher Mission regardless of their faith tradition.
A Blue Christmas, a time when we can, with others, acknowledge the “blue” feelings we have at Christmas time, the reasons for them, and offer them to God. This time has been called the “long dark night of the soul” and “the winter of our discontent” in which memories of past experiences and the pain of present experiences can become overwhelming. For some, Christmas Day is the most difficult. For others, it may be Christmas Eve, or New Years Eve, or the beginning of another lonely New Year. In this service, we’ll have some singing appropriate to the season, recognizing that this is not a season of joy for everyone. We will invite you to reflect on the pain, the loneliness, and the sadness you may feel and offer it to God for healing and transformation. We pray that you will find hope and comfort in knowing that you are not alone. Always remember that God knows your pain and loves you unconditionally.
Bartolomé de las Casas y 5-34 Tirso de Molina
light refreshments follow worship