High Tides with the SuperMoon (Full Moon at Perigee)

Our tides normally do not bring water all the way up the beach to the malecon.  The full moon this past week has made a real mess of the activities that have gone on on the beach. Those folks lounging on the beach were quite surprised when the waves washed up on them.

It swamped the Penguino Fun Park (lower part of the picture) and did the same to the Club Social Beach Club (upper left hand part of the picture) as well.

In this picture you can see that the street is wet where the surf has come up over the malecon and crossed the street. Walking in this one three block area has been pretty difficult with all the sand, shells and water covering the walkways.

3 thoughts on “High Tides with the SuperMoon (Full Moon at Perigee)

  1. Does anyone know if this is true for obtaining visas for both my wife and myself. We are in our early 30’s so we cant obtain retirement visas, we read that if I purchase property valued at minimum $25,000.00 and then $1,ooo.00 for Dependant(wife)? that this would get us both visas to live in Ecuador? We want to find either a small condo or house in Salinas or Cuenca.

    • Hi – Yes, that is one of the ways a person/couple can get a retirement visa here in Ecuador. We have a good attorney that we used her name is Dr. Gabriela Espinosa she is from Quito and helped us obtain our resident paperwork. She could answer all your questions on that subject by email.

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