This past week I had the gastronomic pleasure of eating at Le Triskell, creperie, francaise, located at Eduardo Crespo Mala and Gran Colombia. They are open everyday except Monday.
I had their breakfast special for $6
Coffee or tea + juice
-French Omelet with bacon or vegetables
-Butter and marmalade
The food was presented beautifully, the owners came out to check on the service and quality of food. Run, don’t walk to this great find in Cuenca.
Just about every photo I snap on my smartphone I also edit on Prisma These shots quickly become art photos. Below is my current favorite followed by a short youtube video.
Cuenca is definitely a walking city. Many Cuencanos and Expats don’t have cars and rely on walking to their destinations. The video below was taken 4 years ago and it show some of the scenes that I encounter on my daily promenade. I walk about 1000 miles a year.
Part of the joy living in a 460 year old colonial city is the buildings and the time of the day the sun illuminates those buildings. I always have my Nexus 6 Smartphone with me. Below are the same church shot. The first one is unedited and the second I used Snapseed, a photo editing app available for both Android and IOS to remove the power lines.
I then added some more shots to Google Photos to create a short movie. Enjoy.
Flick.com is my goto choice for cloud photo storage and community. You get a terabyte of free storage. A great deal. I downloaded some photos which had more than 200 views and used Screenflow to make a short video. Enjoy.
The doors in this 460 year old city constantly amaze and entertain me. I’ve decided to do a 2 minute video on the doors in my adopted city. Below is a 18 second trailer. The video should be ready in two weeks. Enjoy