A sampling of the artful doors of Cuenca Ecuador.
The Nomad spends one last night walking around the nearly empty streets of Cuenca.
My flight was not until 8pm. I had planned on spending the whole day packing and cleaning. I was glad that I had been able to spend the night before wandering around town for a last look. At 6pm, I slid the keys to my condo under the door, and went down to the street….
The Nomad wonders around town, without much to do, knowing she was going to miss Cuenca.
The nomad makes use of leftovers from an expensive meal.
Walking along the river in Cuenca enjoying the Christmas lights.
The Nomad stalks the christmas lights waiting to see them all lit.
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