Ecuadorian migrants facing world economic crisis, returning to Ecuador in droves
They left Ecuador for over a decade. The intention, although it sounds cliche, it was progress. Progressed, but the apparent bonanza they have little or nothing and, at worst, they are debts. This is the reality for thousands of Ecuadorians in the world, far from home, they face the effects of a fierce financial crisis pushes again to assemble bags.
A fresh start elsewhere. To leave his family again. Some look for nearby countries. Others, however, return to Ecuador. At airports in Quito and Guayaquil reflects this return. They arrive with suitcases impossible for a tourist and show a strong Spanish accent. Or an Italian accent. Or the stress of Latino friends they made in the countries that lived before returning.