Life As An American Foreigner Living In Ecuador During A Pandemic


Today I am talking about what life is currently like as an American foreigner living in Ecuador during a pandemic. My perspective as a black expat living abroad is unique because I may not have the whole story of what things are like for everyone in the country or even Quito, for that matter. But I can share what things are like from my perspective, which may be interesting and helpful for other foreigners looking to travel or move to Ecuador during this time. I hope you enjoy this video and if you have any questions, please let me know!

↳ 0:00 Start Here
↳ 0:15 Skip the intro
↳ 0:19 Grocery Shopping
↳ 2:43 Documents
↳ 4:26 Being Outside
↳ 5:25 Staying Outside

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