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  • Culture

    The first thing to realize about Ecuadorian culture is that it is not one single culture. Instead it is a whole range of cultures mingled together, representing every level of this very stratified community. Ecuador's official language is Spanish, but Quichua - an Incan language - is spoken by the Indian population. Besides Spanish, ten native languages are spoken in Ecuador. English ...

  • Culture

    Cuisine

    Ecuador is well known for its abundance of varied exotic fruits, excellent fish and seafood and the countless varieties of Andean potatoes. Ecuador has some very tasty and very strange combinations in their dishes. You can expect to find lemon marinated shrimps, toasted corn on the cob and a huge variety of pastries filled with all types of interesting ingredients.

  • Culture

    Recipes

    Ecuadorian diets usually consist of meat, potatoes and rice accompanied by aji hot sauce. Soups are a specialty and a first course to most meals. Those who enjoy cooking might like to try their hand at a few Ecuadorian dishes. In fact, why not prepare these food recipes from Ecuador and invite your friends over for a fun-filled Ecuadorian evening? You'd be surprised at how much fun you can ...

  • Health Spas

    Shambhala Spa

    The Parrot Cay Resort and Shambhala Spa is managed by the Kuo Investment Company in New York but is owned by Como Hotels. The luxury hotel, resort and day spa is located on a private, 1000-acre island just off the coast of the Turks and Caicos Islands.