One of the great things about living in Ecuador is the abundance of produce. While there are several places where it is available, the large market is next to the bus station. Seven days a week, it is open and filled with almost every conceivable kind of fruit or vegetable, including some that I still haven't been able to identify. Sunday is the big market day when we stock up blackberries, blueberries, potatoes, oranges, onions, broccoli and other items for a fraction of what we would have paid back home. I am rarely without a stock of large avocados, which cost about 30 cents each.