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- 1 FUDcon LATAM 2012 - BID Venezuela - Margarita Island
- 2 Description of proposed conference rooms
- 3 Description of proposed lodging and estimated costs along with a written agreement from lodging specifying rates
- 4 Estimated costs of flights major airports that attendees will travel from.
- 5 Possible Local Sponsors
- 6 Pros and Cons of the proposed location.
- 7 Possible attendees
FUDcon LATAM 2012 - BID Venezuela - Margarita Island
- Maria "tatica" Leandro
- Guillermo "Gomix" Gómez
- Edwind "Richzendy" Contreras
- Carlos "Pelobravo" Marcano
Brief description of the city.
Margarita Island (spanish: Isla de Margarita) is the largest island of the state of Nueva Esparta in Venezuela, situated in the Caribbean Sea, off the northeastern coast of the country. The state also contains two other smaller islands: Coche and Cubagua. The capital city of Nueva Esparta is La Asunción, located in a river valley of the same name in Margarita Island. Primary industries are tourism, fishing and construction. The population of the state is about 440,000.
Major local airports and their distance from lodging and venue.
Santiago Mariño Caribbean International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional del Caribe "Santiago Mariño") (IATA: PMV, ICAO: SVMG) is a commercial airport located near Porlamar, the largest city on Isla Margarita, an island in state of Nueva Esparta in Venezuela.
The Airport is divided into two sections; International and Domestic. International flights leave to Canada, Europe, South America and the Caribbean. Primary domestic routes are to Caracas, Maturín and Ciudad Bolivar.
Private ways of transportation can be used if they are needed.
Simón Bolívar International Airport of Maiquetia (IATA: CCS, ICAO: SVMI) (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de Maiquetia Simón Bolívar) is located in Maiquetía, about 13 miles (21 kilometers) from downtown Caracas, Venezuela.
Simply called 'Maiquetia' by the local population, it is the top international air passenger gateway to Venezuela among the twelve international airports in the country. It handles flights to many important cities in the Americas, the Caribbean, Europe and the Middle East.
Since 2000 the airport has been undergoing major changes in order to meet international standards and to improve passenger traffic, security, immigration areas and customs areas. Security measures have become top priority since the 9/11 events, and now departure areas and arrival areas are completely split into the lower and upper levels of the airport. Maiquetia airport has two terminals: Domestic (D) and international (I).
Description of proposed conference rooms
|UBV Porlamar||Calle La Marina de Porlamar, antiguo Puerto de la Mar||Yes||Free|
|IUTIRLA Nueva Esparta||Yes||Free|
|UDO Nueva Esparta||Yes||Free|
Description of proposed lodging and estimated costs along with a written agreement from lodging specifying rates
|Name||Location||Internet||Cost||Distance from event||Contact|
|Hotel Puerta del Sol Porlamar||Calle Los Pinos, Margarita Island||Yes||Double ~80us$ // Triple ~100us$ // Cuadruple ~140us$||Sandra Castrillon|
|Hotel Surf Paradise||Calle Principal de El Yaque, Playa El Yaque , Isla Margarita, Margarita Island||Yes|
Estimated costs of flights major airports that attendees will travel from.
This cost can variate / Special prices can be found with Copa
Note: local flights are cheaper to Porlamar. Round-Trip cost ~90us$. This is already added to the costs in the following tables (Conviasa Airlines)
Countries inside LATAM
|Panamá||Costa Rica||Nicaragua||Colombia||México||Chile (Santiago)||Brazil (Rio)||Brazil (Sao Paulo)||Argentina||Perú|
|Costs (US$ estimated)||580us$||1090us$||1300us$||710us$||640us$||890us$||580us$||590us$||890us$||900us$|
Countries Outside LATAM
Country Visa Information
Venezuela doesn't require Visa
Possible Local Sponsors
|Name||Item to be sponsored||Ammount||Status||Plan B|
|Alcaldía de Díaz||Transportation 24/7||Bus with 52 spots (hotel-event event-hotel)||Confirmed|
|Puerto de la Mar|
Pros and Cons of the proposed location.
- Venezuela has a growing community
- Venezuela services are really cheap (food and transportation)
|#||Name||$$$||Veg||Size||Share room?||Comments||Hotel booked||extra line for badge||Country||TEAM|
|1||María "tatica" Leandro||Yes||NO||M (woman)||Yes (User:richzendy)||No||No||Venezuela||Ambassador, Design, Marketing, Translation|
|2||Edwind "richzendy" Contreras||Yes||NO||L||Yes (User:tatica)||No||No||Venezuela||Ambassador, Packager, Spins|
|3||Oliver Rivas||Yes||NO||XL||Yes||No||No||USA / Venezuela|
|4||Guillermo Gómez||Yes||NO||L||Yes||No||No||Venezuela||RPMDev, Ruby SIG, Fedora Documentation Project|
|5||Luis Bazan||Yes||NO||M||Yes||No||No||Panamá||Package Maintainer, Ambassadors, Infrastructure|
|6||Carlos "pelobravo" Marcano||Yes||NO||XL||No||No||No||Venezuela||Ambassador,Support, Documentation|
|7||Antonio Salles||Yes||NO!||XL||Sure||-||-||Chile||Fedora Ambassador & Sysadmin & Red Hat Expositor|
|8||Larry Letelier||Yes||NO!||L||Sure||-||-||Chile||Fedora Ambassador, Support, BBQ man|
|9||Itamar Reis Peixoto||Yes||NO!||L||Yes, :-)||No||-||Brazil||Fedora Ambassador, Packager,|
|10||Daniel Bruno||Yes||NO||M||Yes||No||-||Brazil||Fedora Ambassador, Packager, Infra LATAM|
|11||Abdel G. Martínez L.||Yes||NO||S||Yes||No||No||Panamá||Ambassador, Package Maintainer|
|12||Kellerman Rivero Suarez.||No||No||XL||Yes||No||No||Venezuela||Ambassador|
|13||Robert Marcano||No||No||L||Yes||No||No||Venezuela||Package Maintainer|
|14||Henry Anchante||No||No||M||Yes||No||No||Peru||Fedora Ambassador & Sysadmin|