Mr Aj Doran

by Aj Doran
(Las Vegas, Nevada USA)

What about sending and receiving mail from the U.S. I do not know anyone in Ecuador is that a problem as I am 69years old and 26 year military veteran and 100% disabled, No problem in getting around or should I find another place to retire. Thanks

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Jul 04, 2013
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Mail in Cuenca
by: Anonymous

I lived in Cuenca for 3 years and at that time I had a Post Office box which I hired at the city post office. I had someone from home send me my mail every so often and I never had a problem of anything going missing. I also used to buy things online which were sent direct to my home and post office box. Best of luck.

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If you can get around by yourself then you will find Cuenca a great place with lots of friendly people. I will be moving there next year. Have been there twice allready and allready have quite a few friends. Good luck.

Rgds,

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wheelchair
by: Anonymous

I am not in a wheelchair, my problems are inside my body not outside. Thanks Aj

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Handicap
by: Anonymous

Good day,
As busses do not have ramps, if you are in a wheelchair, streets are cobblestone & narrow and I have not seen any buildings equipped to handle people with any kinds of handicaps, I suggest that you look elsewhere than Ecuador.

Good Luck !

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