Come speed shopping with me! Today, we are grocery shopping in Ecuador to stock up on food for the next two weeks (or so). We are on a time crunch because once Megamaxi gets crowded, it becomes harder to shop and maneuver around the isles! Because we are still in a pandemic, shopping can seem unusual. For example, we have to wear masks, show our vaccine cards before entering the store, and only a certain number of people are allowed to shop at one time. It may seem strict, but I do not mind the additional safety measures because they help keep the other customers and me safe. I hope this video is helpful for those looking to move to Ecuador in the future! I always like seeing what grocery stores look like abroad, especially when considering a move. So please let me know if you have any questions or if there is other helpful content I can share in the future.
As a follow-up to my grocery shopping video, I am sharing everything we picked up at our local Ecuadorian grocery store. I don’t go through the price of each item in this video as I have in the past so if you want a more detailed haul with costs for each item, let me know! This is a grocery haul for two weeks, so the number of items and the total price reflect that! If you have any questions, please let me know!
Check out the links below for more posts and videos:
Day In The Life Living In Ecuador!
I’m Pregnant! First Trimester, Symptoms, and More
Ecuadorian Grocery Haul: My First Time Shopping in Ecuador
How I Prepared For My Move To Ecuador As An Expat