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Next, consider the case of a retirement age couple whom we´ll call Ann and Andy.

They wanted to see how life is here in Cuenca before moving down so they wisely came for a visit to check things out.

They only lasted about 3 months in Ecuador before returning to the States.

Just for the record, we have never had any health problems living in Ecuador due to any real or imagined cleanliness issues and here in Cuenca we see very few disease carrying bugs such as mosquitoes and roaches.

Ann and Andy came to the conclusion that, in their case, they are better off living in the States, and that is OK.

They were wise to come down to check things out before uprooting and making such a major move.

Before moving to Ecuador we lived in the State of Georgia, where we had to protect our kids from mosquitoes who carry West Nile virus and encephalitis along with ticks who spread Lyme disease.

We more than once encountered rattlesnakes on our property where our children ran barefoot through the grass.

During the meal we discovered that Jill was apparently a germaphobe.Tornadoes are very common where we lived in Georgia and we more than once had to huddle in the bathroom or a hall way while one passed nearby.The health dangers we faced when we lived in Georgia were not imagined, they were real, but we were used to the “dangers” of the country and did not give them a second thought.In our case, living in Ecuador is a perfect fit and we are glad we decided to live here.We recognize, however, that living here is not for everyone and we strongly suggest that anyone contemplating a move here do what our wise friends Ann and Andy did and come down for a visit before making a decision.

During the meal we discovered that Jill was apparently a germaphobe.Tornadoes are very common where we lived in Georgia and we more than once had to huddle in the bathroom or a hall way while one passed nearby.The health dangers we faced when we lived in Georgia were not imagined, they were real, but we were used to the “dangers” of the country and did not give them a second thought.In our case, living in Ecuador is a perfect fit and we are glad we decided to live here.We recognize, however, that living here is not for everyone and we strongly suggest that anyone contemplating a move here do what our wise friends Ann and Andy did and come down for a visit before making a decision.Also, Jill was terrified that her son was going to pick up some dreaded disease just by being here and she therefore forbid him to touch anything.