ORCHIDS, WEAVING, GOURMET FOOD AND HIPPIE HEAVEN IN ECUADOR

11 thoughts on “ORCHIDS, WEAVING, GOURMET FOOD AND HIPPIE HEAVEN IN ECUADOR”

  1. YOU ARE BECOMING MORE AND MORE BEAUTIFUL AS YOU TRAVEL THE WORLD—–IT’S SO HARD TO LEAVE PLACES–AND EVERY PLACE IS–I COULD STAY HERE–LIVE HERE—THE PEOPLE–ALWAYS THE PEOPLE–THE LOVE—I AM SO HAPPY TO HAVE YOU ROLLING ON BY AGAIN—–I AM IN THAILAND NOW THIS TIME FOR 2YEARS RECOVERING STILL FROM MY LAST ENCOUNTER IN INDIA–AM BETTER–IT HAS BEEN SLOW BUT HAPPENING—-THE WEATHER IS BEGINNING TO GET HOT AGAIN YESTERDAY “ONLY” 91—BUT WHEN 120 COMES AROUND I HOPE NOT TO BE HERE SO MY MIND SWIVELS AROUND TO —WHERE? DON’T KNOW YET—BUT WILL—–KASHMIR—MEXICO—INDONESIA—US?????? I THINK OF DUSTING OFF MY VAN AGAIN AND PASSING SLOWLY OVER AMERICAN AND CANADA—-MAYBE IF YOU ARE STILL IN PORTLAND—hummmm a visit!!!! CONNIE

    On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 4:49 AM, Community Nomad wrote:

    > dianahialeah posted: ” WEAVING AND ORCHIDS IN GUALACEO So many of my > favorite things, and so close to Cuenca, where I have my home base. I am a > former weaver, spinner and natural dyer (even wrote a book, with dyed wool > samples, mostly from the plants/weeds on my farm, pasted” >

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  2. Wow, Diana! You are so brave and fun-loving! What a beautiful place you landed in.
    Does the black traditional clothing make you think about our Amish?

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    1. Life is good in Ecuador but not quite real. It is time for me to go home and be in reality with volunteer work, political activities and partying and dancing with new friends. Life will feel more secure in this time of turmoil in our land.

      I do love the hot, equatorial sun and the gorgeous flowers here, but it is not my home. You might feel the same way when spring approaches, and you and Charlie can return to WI.

      No, the Ecuadorian, indigenous people do not remind me of the Amish; very different, but both interesting.

      I’m happy to hear from you, Patti. All the best to you and Charlie.

      Diana

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  3. Diana,
    I love your colorful photos of the people, flowers, villages, etc. Your writing is very descriptive and seems to capture the essence of each place you visit. You will have much to share when you return to Portland. I wish you continued joy in your travels.
    Cheri

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    1. Good to hear from you, Cheri. This is an interesting country, but I am ready to return home and be in reality.

      I hope that all is well with you and look forward to seeing you and hearing your news.

      All the best,

      Diana

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