Cuenca September 11, 2018 By margrad80October 17, 2018 Follow An Inconvenient Life on WordPress.com Going down to the river Streets of Cuenca O’ Oreos Typical Breakfast A rice salad with queso fresco Black Beans with Rice The street outside my casa, one way $5.50 worth of fruit and veggies from the Mercado 3 De Noviembre Salad using celery leaves as the greens A house for sale An other propane truck On the way to the river The propane turck On the way to the river Alongside the river On the way to the river On the way to the river On the way to the river Looking down at the river On the way to the river The street outside my casa the other way Alongside the river On the way to the river Alongside the river Alongside the river On the other side of the river A really cool building, I will have to find out what it is. The haul from the Supermaxi, cost $38.45 On the other side of the river White corn fried with butter, and dressed with salt, pepper, and queso fresco OH, NO, not Micky D’s! Cuenca, Ecuador: September 2018 Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditTumblrPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeEmailLike this:Like Loading... Categories: Americas, Cooking, Ecuador, food, Nomad's Food, Shopping, TravelTags: Cooking, Cuenca, Ecuador, Mercado 3 De Noviembre, Nomad, nomad travel, Nomad Traveler, Sam Pirtle, Sandra L Pirtle, Supermaxi, Tomebamba River, Travel Related Articles Leaving Warsaw: July 9, 2019 By margrad801 week ago Finding a Fitting Label By margrad802 weeks ago How the Packing List has changed in Ten Months: June 28, 2019 By margrad803 weeks ago Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.