Ecuador is beautiful and if it weren’t for the fact that we live there, we would move, but not for the same reasons. It is by far the most beautiful country in Central America, and although it is expensive, it is worth every penny.
Ecuadors are the richest country in Central America, and it is because of its natural beauty that they deserve to be so. If you want to live in the country’s capital, Quito, which is so beautiful as well, you are going to have to spend a lot of money.
Moving to Ecuador is not as cheap as it sounds. It is expensive. At least in Quito. The prices include all the taxes, which are quite high. In fact, the average price of a house there is around $450,000 for an average of 2-4 people. With a price like that, you are talking about $12,000 a month for rent, and that takes into account only the money you would spend on food and essentials.
That is why you need to make sure you get a decent quality car. A Honda Civic is going to cost you a lot more than a Toyota Corolla. And with so many moving in with you, you will want to make sure you have a good car.
In Ecuador, the prices for a house are very high. And there are no government subsidized utilities. Which means your only way of getting your utilities is to get a utility company to “subsidize” your utility bill. This is a no-no in the richest country in South America.
One of the most important things to note about Ecuador is that if you want your utilities to be subsidized, you need to show them that you are a good citizen. So if you want a house, and you have a car that can afford to pay for your electricity, you must show this to the utility company. But if you want to move to Ecuador, you don’t need to show this, and if you don’t, you’ll be fined ten thousand dollars.
The government there is very concerned with the fact that they live in a country that has been recently hit by a major earthquake. So they just want to make sure that every citizen understands that they aren’t going to get their electricity cut off if they move to Ecuador.
So far the government of Ecuador has just done an extremely bad job at making sure everyone understands how serious they are about their earthquake preparedness, because the whole process has been so terribly bureaucratic. I’m not sure who in the government is to blame for wanting to move to Ecuador, but it seems like they’re a bit too concerned with being a bit too “cool” about the whole thing.
The best way to go is to simply ask the people who live there. They are already prepared to give you their electricity to cut off. There are no earthquakes to worry about.
the problem is that the whole thing sounds so hush-hush. You have to ask the local government office to get the earthquake-proof key. Which is a bit awkward since the earthquake proof key is supposed to be given to you by a person you’re related to. But it’s okay, because the earthquake is coming closer and closer, and you can be sure they’ll be ready to give you the key.