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I do not think that Aerogal is saying that the Boeing 737-200 aircraft is a brand new plane. I believe they are saying that the Boeing 737-200 aircraft they fly are new ones not used ones like many emerging country airlines use. Many readers write to us worried about this so I think the spin […]

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In response to Gary’s post on Aerogal (see Aerogal Service) here is what one reader wrote: Hi Gary, As someone with a long established interest in aviation safety – I think we could do without spin like “good focus on safety as well with all of the airline’s planes, including six new Boeing 737-200 aircraft” […]

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Ecuador Fare War Wednesday January 9, 2008 You can read this message with pictures at http://www.garyascott.com/2008/01/09/1954.html Ecuador fares were not high in the first place, but an air fare war from Miami to Ecuador is heating up due to a new Ecuador airline flying from Miami as Steve reports: “ Gary , There is a […]

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A reader just sent me this note. I do not know the answer but wonder if any of you do? Gary Scott Send any info to Steve@Garyascott.com “I wonder if you could help me. I have family in Quito and I do not know how to reach them. I have heard that some family members […]

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Ecuador Information

Ecuador has so much information to offer the task seems daunting at times. Thanks for asking about Ecuador . We love living and doing business in this country. Our home is in Cotacachi, a small village about 1.5 hours from the Capital of Quito. Soon we’ll be even closer to the airport as Quito ’s […]

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Another point of view.

This is to Gary Scott and all others who can rationalize in an even handed manner. I was so surprised that this individual decided to write this awful “book” to you about the woes of Ecuador . I have actually been affected by his negative comments and the only way for me to get past […]

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re: Balanced View

Dear Gary, An excellent repost. Though I do have my doubts about Correa I doubt he will become a Chavez. My mother is Colombian. and as you know I was born in Colombia and I have ancestral ties to Colombia. My great grand-uncle, Francisco Antonio Zea, appointed Sucre as Marshall during a short stint as […]

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Balanced View 2

Dear Gary and Merri I was gobsmacked (I bet you haven’t heard that expression for a while) when I read the comments (reproduced below in itallics) on this so-called expert on Ecuador. I suppose it takes all kinds of ignorant gits to make up the world but this idiot takes the cake. Thank god you […]

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Balanced View

Ecuador Living makes every day in the publishing business fun…yet also tinted with some sadness, because there is usually someone with a great deal of ignorance…tinted with anger, who decides to waste their time spewing both. Here is an example. I am forwarding this (unedited) not because it is worthy of comment, but because you […]

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