Susan and Michael Herron, both in their 70s, are some of the estimated 10,000 foreign retirees who have flocked to Cuenca, Ecuador, in recent years. Drawn by inexpensive living and quality healthcare, ex-pat seniors are changing the face of retirement in the hemisphere.
Susan and Michael Herron, both in their 70s, are some of the estimated 10,000 foreign retirees who have flocked to Cuenca, Ecuador, in recent years. Drawn by inexpensive living and quality healthcare, ex-pat seniors are changing the face of retirement in the hemisphere. Jim Wyss TNS
Susan and Michael Herron, both in their 70s, are some of the estimated 10,000 foreign retirees who have flocked to Cuenca, Ecuador, in recent years. Drawn by inexpensive living and quality healthcare, ex-pat seniors are changing the face of retirement in the hemisphere. Jim Wyss TNS

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June 17, 2017 9:18 PM

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