Once there visit the Balbanera Church, the first church built in Ecuador back in 1534. It is a simple structure that offers an immense historical value
An exquisitely tasting mollusk with a black shell and white pulp. Many say that it is an aphrodisiac. It is collected during full moon nights.
Quito is the third highest capital in the world. Spread out over the hillsides of Pichincha Volcano it is easy to find good places to photograph.
At 6,310 meters above sea level, the Chimborazo is not only the country’s highest peak, but also the closest point on Earth to the sun; closer than even Mt. Everest.
The Ahuano community is always willing to teach us how to hunt using blowpipes.