First of all, I´m so sorry for the delayed post. I had quite a busy month, but I promise to you that I will be writing more in the future. Yesterday, I went to a very beautiful and emblematic place here in Guayaquil, Ecuador called Las Peñas. The houses are known for their colonial architecture, located on the slopes of Cerro Santa Ana. A very important fact of this place is that at the beginning it was the home of mainly fishermen and craftsmen – and since the cocoa boom of the 20’s, the sector was gradually occupied by wealthy landowners, who built most of the houses of aristocratic style that are there today. The district is crossed by the street Numa Pompilio Llona and in the year of 1982 it was declared as cultural heritage of Ecuador, because of the hundred year old houses. The cultural background of this place is very impresive, it was the home of famous writers, painters, and also presidents here in Ecuador. I visited it with the company of my boyfriend, he took the photos and encouraged me to smile even tough I was a little shy. You will find below some photos. The weather was cloudly, but nothing can stop me from using my beloved Panama hat by Ecua-Andino. I wore a T-shirt that I customized myself with a printed face of one of my special Argentinian writers, Julio Cortázar, a black skirt and ballerina flats. But without a doubt my best choise was the hat with the wine color. You can match any outfit with the correct Panama hat and no matter if the sky is gloomy you will alway look very stylish. You can find the model here. Andrea Lecaro.