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  • Ecuador's President Attacks US Over Pres...
    by journeymanjack on May 22, 2013 at 11:00 AM
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    Published on May 21, 2013, Critics say Correa is creating a pro-government media system; Correa says there is a fundamental contradiction with corporate for-profit media involved in distributing public information. 2minstral 1 day ago: Freedom of the Press has been an illusion for 2000 years and can be traced right back to Rome where the town criers were paid by the Patricians to read out their political and economic agenda to the people. NOTHING has changed regardless of what country we are talking about...state and corporate media are the same thing. However with regards to Corporate media, the wealthy shareholders that direct the agenda stay hidden as majority shareholders...cries of free press is just more US Political BS. Cabronosidad 1 day ago:  Great piece. Thank you. At least Correa has the balls to call out a controlled, corporate media which serves only a US and globalist agenda, and does not represent the interests of Ecuadorians.

  • Moving to Latin America: A Gringo Warnin...
    by journeymanjack on May 16, 2013 at 12:23 AM
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    A 1st hand account of a Texan living 6 yrs in Latin America: robbed 22 times in 3 yrs in Costa Rica, robbed "0" times in 1 yr in Ecuador, robbed "1" time in 1 yr in Peru, Moral of the story: "Rent for 1 solid year in your desired community before you purchase Land or a Home!" see you tube comments below: solbrisse: It is too bad you have not a good ideas and you dont think well about the people of the latinomerican countries! In Latin American countries like all countries you can find bad people and good, please do not generalize if you had a bad experience, there are many other people who love living in Latin America. Josievago: I have been speaking Spanish all my life but it is different from Colombia, I see Gringos here and they don’t see how much danger they are in, they are like Babys in the woods,  they fool themselves into thinking they are accepted and are street smart which they are not. I hope people listen to you. carlos151972: I've been there. That's the same way I felt when I was living in the U.S for 14 years. No amigos gringos.. No hay nada como la casa de uno " there is nothing like home.

  • Rick Izquieta - "Ecuadorian People" Come...
    by journeymanjack on May 7, 2013 at 10:05 PM
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    Ecuadorian Comedian: Rick Izquieta - "Ecuadorian People" Comedy Time Latino

  • A nice mix of Andean folk melodies.
    by journeymanjack on April 25, 2013 at 8:52 PM
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    folclore ecuatoriano mix de la mano de djrally73 , espero sea de su agrado , solo mixer para ti . saludos a todos los que pertenecen a la comunidad

  • "The Mysteries Of The Ancient Giants in ...
    by journeymanjack on April 25, 2013 at 8:30 PM
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    Recorded on 1/29/13 Tonight on The Truth Hour... "The Mysteries Of The Ancient Giants" the new season 2013... Join host Johnny Guzman and special guest Klaus Dona... Klaus is an expert in the ancient origins of humanity... Join us for an exciting hour of mystery..

  • Cochasquí Ecuador Pyramids 40 miles nor...
    by journeymanjack on April 25, 2013 at 8:23 PM
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    Cochasquí Ecuador Pyramids 3-D animation of what the pyramids once looked like. The pyramids were constructed using blocks of volcanic material that likely came from the nearby Mojanda lakes area. 40 miles north of Quito is an archaeological site known as Cochasquí. The site has 15 pyramids, 9 of which have ramps. There are various theories on what these pyramids were used for. Some believe they were for ceremonial purposes. Others think they have astronomical significance. The pyramids are near the Equator and are all oriented in the same direction,

  • journeymanjack's house in Middle of the ...
    by journeymanjack on April 24, 2013 at 11:04 PM
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    Hear the birds chirping throughout the video, shot by Joseph on his way back down for the 4th time next month! I think he likes it down here in good ole Ecuador! Come see us: http://www.facebook.com/JourneymanJackinEcuador http://journeymanjackinecuador.blogspot.com/

  • Manta Ecuador Fish Market At The Beach
    by journeymanjack on April 24, 2013 at 7:32 PM
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    Published on Jul 2, 2012 http://www.southamericanpostcard.com/ Fish and more fish for sale at the market behind the beach in Manta Ecuador.

  • Semana Santa Good Friday Prayer March in...
    by journeymanjack on April 19, 2013 at 1:35 AM
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    Each home & business had a framed picture of the Virgin Mary out front, the priest and crowd would stop and pray & sing. Las Tolas is a very small farming community about an hour North of Mindo. See more pictures of the area here: http://www.facebook.com/JourneymanJackinEcuador and: http://journeymanjackinecuador.blogspot.com/

  • BEAUTIFUL COAST OF ECUADOR
    by journeymanjack on March 22, 2013 at 7:43 PM
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    Video and pictures of Salinas, Montañita and Punta Carnero in Ecuador's coast. Great landscapes, beautiful girls, surfing and fun.

  • Motorcycle Ride in the Middle of the Wor...
    by journeymanjack on March 22, 2013 at 1:05 PM
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    A Sunday stroll with Andrea, my Neighbor, & his Son just 5 minutes down the road from our house on mini bykes - 65cc kawasaki, 100cc suzuki, 200cc motor 1, in San Antonio de Pichincha - North Quito suburbs right on the Lat: 00.00.00 mark not far from the Middle of the World Park. These are our own little private bykes, but, there is no better place in the world to rent a bike than Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental - w/ GPS-Self Guided tours - from 100cc - 600cc - 1200cc: http://freedombikerental.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=144&Itemid=1

  • Amethyst-throated Sunangel - Héliange c...
    by journeymanjack on March 3, 2013 at 6:31 PM
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    The Tapichalaca Reserve, where the Jocotoco Antpitta was discovered in 1997, protects an unusually wet area of temperate forest on the east slope of the Andes. Since the initial purchase of 650 hectares in 1998, the reserve has been progressively expanded and habitat types from high altitude paramo (at 3,500 m) to sub-tropical montane forest (at 1,800 m) are now represented. A lodge for research workers and visitors was opened in 2001.


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