The phone rang. “Hacienda San Augustín de Callo, buenas noches,” I said into the receiver, trying to keep my chattering teeth from affecting the delivery. A woman replied in what sounded like a drugged monotone.
Iran's first lady Azam al-Sadat Farahi, front, arrives to an air base as she prepares to depart Quito, Ecuador, Friday Jan. 13, 2012. Azam al-Sadat Farahi accompanied her husband, Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, during a four nation tour in Latin America. (AP Photo/Dolores Ochoa)
[Cotacachi, July 1. An Ecuador woman plays a harmonica as others dance to celebrate the last day of the annual traditional indigenous ritual of Inti Raymi, or Festival of the Sun]
Uma Thurman's stalker found guilty of stalking and being creepy. • Weather Channel anchor man wanted female co-anchor to allegedly "lick [his] swizzle stick." • Ecuadorian dudes who suck in bed protest women's orgasm education amendment. • Homeless mom is arrested after toddler drinks GHB at a house they both visited.…