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FESTIVAL DEL MANGO EN EL JARDIN BOTANICO DE GUAYAQUIL

Gracias a Sergio Cedeño Amador

http://www.mangopivano.com.ec/











Desde ayer hasta el Domingo 29 se lleva a cabo una vez más el "FESTIVAL DEL MANGO ECUATORIANO" en el JARDIN BOTANICO DE GUAYAQUIL organizado como siempre por su Director mi amigo el distinguido Botánico Jame Pérez.





Con Jame Perez Director del JARDIN BOTANICO DE GUAYAQUIL y realizador del FESTIVAL DEL MANGO— with Jame Pérez.









Son 50 variedades las expuestas y provenientes de las provincias de El Oro, Guayas, Los Ríos y Manabí.



















El mango a pesar de no ser una fruta americana, ha sido "adoptada" por los ecuatorianos y latinoamericanos que lo llaman "El Rey de las Frutas"!!













Nuestra Hacienda apoya todos los años este gran esfuerzo del JARDIN BOTANICO DE GUAYAQUIL para que todos vean la biodiversidad de esta fruta milenaria!







































OFFICIAL RESULTS : 2015 BAJA 1000

Results Story-


48th Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000, 


11.22.15










SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, dominiccnv@aol.com





November 22, 2015




Two hour special on CBS Sports Network



MacCachren, Andy McMillin ‘Rockstars’ roar to repeat Overall,





SCORE Trophy Truck win at
48th Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000



Udall team captures overall motorcycle crown; 

Walker claims Class 1, Robles Jr team grabs ATV win;

Other class winners included Connor, Ampudia, Chamlee, Campbell, C. Reid, Hui, Alcala, Huckins,
Winkelman, Sanchez, R. Hall, Broughton, Cesena, Proctor, Potter, Prince; Jackson, Campbell






ENSENADA, Mexico—Staying consistent and relatively conservative, desert racing ‘dream team’ of Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren and San Diego’s Andy McMillin rolled like Rockstars, benefitting from racing good fortune to overcame a typically challenge 821.38-mile course and over 200 challengers, driving to the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck victory Friday at the 48th annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000.





When the results became official after re…

ARGENTINA 2015 : THE KIRCHNER NIGHTMARE IS FINALLY OVER

Opposition's Macri has solid lead over ruling party's Scioli








Economic changes expected even if race goes in unpredicted way








Four weeks ago, it was widely expected that the next president of Argentina would be the candidate of the ruling party. But in a first-round election that stunned the nation, opposition leader Mauricio Macri stole the momentum, and as voters return to the polls on Sunday the presidency looks like his to lose.






Macri is the more market-friendly candidate and global companies are lining up to invest, persuaded that the country will reopen for business since he is leading the ruling Peronist party’s Daniel Scioli by 6 to 8 percentage points. Up to a tenth of voters remain undecided, however, and polls were off a month ago, so there is room for surprise.




A central plank of Macri’s policies is the immediate lifting of currency controls to boost investor confidence amid the lowest reserves in nine years. Scioli says Macri’s plan would lead to a massive devaluation t…