Window Shopping in Cuenca, Ecuador

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Getting to Cuenca involved a long and exhausting eight-hour bus ride from Banos and the next day we were all still tired from traveling.

Everyone told me we should go to Cuenca but I didn’t know much about the city other than it had 52 churches, one for every Sunday.

Fortunately my family shares my lukewarm love of churches and everyone was content to admire them as we walked by on our way to other destinations.

Panama Hats

None of us are big church goers so we did what any tourist would do, we tried on hats that we had no intention of buying and took photos so we’d remember it.

It was much more fun than looking at 52 churches.

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  1. ann wellwood says:

    I’m with you ! I would choose shopping over churches any ole day!!

  2. Such fun pictures!! 🙂 What a perfectly splendid way to spend a day. 🙂

  3. Loving the blog so far and today’s photos are so colorful. Keep it up! Can’t wait to get started on my own trip. I’m adding you to my blogroll!

  4. Camels & Chocolate says:

    Lovely photos! I had to pass up a trip to Ecuador this month–for, of all things, dental surgery, ugh!–and am super bummed! But there will be other opportunities, I’m sure… For now I’ll live vicariously through you!

  5. Jajaja that is something I would so do!!! LOVE IT~

  6. I can’t believe you posted that picture of me!!!!!!!!!

  7. Cute! Did you buy one?

  8. Ayngelina Author says:

    @Ryan it was the only photo I had of you alone, I had to post it
    @Andi sadly we did not, we couldn’t find one that didn’t make us just feel ailly.

  9. Carmie Brogan says:

    An now everyone knows why I don’t wear a hat!

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