Eat Like a Local- Ecuador: Ecuador Food Guide (Paperback)
(This book cannot be returned.)
Are you excited about planning your next trip?
Do you want an edible experience? Would you like
some culinary guidance from a local? If you answered
yes to any of these questions, then this Eat Like a Local
book is for you. Eat Like a Local, Ecuador by Author
Martina Mi o P rez presents new insight on
Ecuadorian gastronomy and its diverse culinary
identities. Culinary tourism is an important aspect of
any travel experience. Food has the ability to tell you a
story of a destination, its landscapes, and culture on a
single plate. Most food guides tell you how to eat like a
tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as
part of the Eat Like a Local series, this book will give
you a food guide from someone who has lived at your
next culinary destination.
In these pages, you will discover advice on having a
unique edible experience. This book will not tell you
exact addresses or hours but instead will give you
excitement and knowledge of food and drinks from a
local that you may not find in other travel food guides.
Eat like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and
get to know the food, people, and culture. By the time
you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to
travel to your next culinary destination.
Traveling has always been a passion of the creator of
the Eat Like a Local book series. During Lisa's travels
in Malta, instead of tasting what the city offered, she ate
at a large fast-food chain. However, she realized that
her traveling experience would have been more
fulfilling if she had experienced the best of local
cuisines. Most would agree that food is one of the most
important aspects of a culture. Through her travels, Lisa
learned how much locals had to share with tourists,
especially about food. Lisa created the Eat Like a Local
book series to help connect people with locals which
she discovered is a topic that locals are very passionate
about sharing. So please join me and: Eat, drink, and
explore like a local.