How the world turns.
Sometimes in the US, everything seems to be falling apart and it is hard to get things done.
Merri and I just returned to Cotacachi Ecuador and after just being away a couple months, so much good is happening! There is Cotacachi progress everywhere.
First there is more improvements in the roads. The main shopping street, Tenth of August has been totally redone with brick pavers and wonderful indigenous designs. Here is a shot I took from one end of Tenth of August
This gives the district such a holiday feel!
Here is Tenth of August in the middle of the village, near our hotel El Meson de las Flores.
We have progress at El Meson as well. We are continually upgrading something. This month we have focused on the courtyard…
and the courtyard flowers. We have a new gardener and his efforts are really starting to show.
There is progress at Cotacachi’s Primavera condo projects also.
Primavera II and III are nearly complete.
Residents have begun moving in.
Primavera IV is well under way.
and Primavera V has started.
Our White House Condos are well on the way also. We introduced this fixer upper a couple of months ago…right next to the hotel.
Now the top floor is nearly ready. We just knocked in some new windows. Here is the view above the bathtub.
Here is the view out the breakfast balcony.
More on this construction progress coming! You can see how we started here.
The hotel is packed. 50 delegates just arrived for our course tomorrow. There is quite a buzz going on here in Cotacachi.
I have to get downstairs now for the quinoa welcome cake!
Life here is good.
Join us at a course in Cotacachi or on Ecuador’s coast this winter.
We’ll visit the Otavalo markets.
Courses are centered around this open air courtyard in our colonial inn El Meson de las Flores.
You are also invited to tag along to the beach where we visit all types of Ecuador beach property for sale. Here is one f our previous tours enjoying a visit to Vistazul condos.
Better still join us all year in Ecuador! See our entire schedule of 26 courses, tours, mingos and expeditions we’ll conduct in 2009.