Aaand last but not least, my email, which I will be able to check once a week and write back :D
Also, sending packages to Ecuador is kind of complicated, I guess. But here are the instructions I received in from my Mission President about how to do it- Packages sent from the U.S. to Ecuador may not exceed 4 pounds and must carry a green sticker, even if the post office workers suggest you use a white one. It must have this customs declaration on the package, or it
will not be accepted in this country.
The packages must be addressed as follows:
Elder/Sister: Full name
Misión Ecuador Quito
Calle Robles E4-151 y Avenida Amazonas
Do not send packages by Priority mail or FedEx or UPS. These will automatically go to “mail jail”, requiring a
special trip to the post office and payment of a large fee. All of which, will cause a long delay for your missionary to receive their packages. Also if packages are over the limit the country starts charging for overweight
and what the package contains(incoming taxes charge) which means you have to pay to send it and then to receive it(generally $30-$80 to take it out of ̈mail jail ̈). The church does not cover this cost. The time and money
the church spends on postage is enormous in order for the missionaries to receive their mission mail and personal mail, your cooperation in this issue is highly valued, thank you for your help.