Travel Blogs from San Cristobal Venezuela, Venezuela

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Kids shouldn`t have guns, Santo Domingo, Venezuela travel blog

Kids shouldn`t have guns

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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Leaving Merida, we started our drive towards the Los Llanos wildlife area, where we would be doing a few days of a safari of sorts.  Getting there, however, involved some driving and a few interesting stops.  Our first stop was in the town of ...

Border Crossing, San Cristóbal, Venezuela travel blog

Border Crossing

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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Killing time in an internet cafe in San Cristobal, Venezuela, waiting for our next bus.  We made it across the border without incident.  ...

MORE VENEZUELAN SMILES, AND THE ROAD TO COLOMBIA, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

MORE VENEZUELAN SMILES, AND THE ROAD TO COLOMBIA

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... good-bye to Carmin, the four kids, and the two old people who baby-stepped around there (grandma and great aunt, I think). San Cristobal (a less-dramatic, bigger city than Merida) was only forty miles through the Andes from the city of Cucuta, Colombia. ...

Looking towards Colombia, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

Looking towards Colombia

A travel blog entry by 50odd

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  10th July 2009 Hotel Andino, San Cristobal, Venezuela (80 bfs) warm So here we are in the nicest hotel (and the cheapest) we've had since we've been in Venezuela, just as we are about to cross the border. We decided to take the bus out of Merida ...

Merida/ San Pedro del Rio/ Lobatera/ San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

Merida/ San Pedro del Rio/ Lobatera/ San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by palokit

Hoy dia viajamos a San Cristobal. Conoci a la familia de chiqui, a la Tio, a la tia Carolina, a el ehrmano mayor, Rodri , al hermano menor, Seba, a diana y a vivi(los ...

Finally in Venezuela, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

Finally in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by sandramcnicol

... town) and were delayed about another 2 hours getting across the border.  I was warned that the police were a bit corpute in Venezuela so when we were pulled over to have our bags search the police man was more scared than me I think!!!  But it ...

San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by bansemer

... station, but alas, did not  note that it was on the road where the buses  exited the station.  It was noisy with bus parking outside and running their engines for about 20 mins at a time. San Cristobal, too, was a pretty uninteresting ...

San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by rafagar

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San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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... set looking for any place we could stop. It got later and later and was pitch black by the time we got to the outskirts of San Cristobal and stopped to ask the police where we could stop. They suggested 2 hotels that we would be able to park in and gave ...

Gorgeous Women & Great For Shopping, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

Gorgeous Women & Great For Shopping

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys

... is only one direct to San Antonio and that leaves Merida at 3.00am. This leg cost 20.000 Bolivares. Accommodation While in San Cristobal I stayed at La Milagrosa Hotel which was opposite the terminal. It cost more than my usual budget but it was very ...

Robbed By The GN, San Cristóbal, Venezuela travel blog

Robbed By The GN

A travel blog entry by viajerillo

... - - - When I look for the point in time that defined this perception, it's easy enough to recognise being shaken down by Venezuela's Guardia Nacional (National Guard) as the pivotal moment. After 72 hours on buses or in bus terminals, no more than half an ...

San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by ggonzalezm

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Back to Venezuela, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

Back to Venezuela

A travel blog entry by castoris

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Venezuelan Rotary Hospitality, San Cristobal Venezuela, Venezuela travel blog

Venezuelan Rotary Hospitality

A travel blog entry by sa2013

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... our hand at "calentao" ( little shots of anise inspired warmth! ) and a weekend traditional BBQ lunch in the town of San Pedro. It was Sunday and families from San Cristobal and surrounding areas were enjoying a fair like atmosphere, great time to be ...

Host Family & Rotary Hospitality, San Cristobal  , Venezuela travel blog

Host Family & Rotary Hospitality

A travel blog entry by sa2013

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... dance, live music and dinner ( and scotch ) . This building also houses one of their incredible medical facilities. San Cristobal Rotary clubs have raised funds to house two buildings, their host building with state of the art diagnostic equipment that ...

sam, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

Made a pretty early start for what was supposed to be a 5 hour (224km) bus ride from Merida to San Christobal – on the 8.30am bus. Just as well I did given all the delays due to roadworks – all these route through the Andes are on curving ...

San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by lallyesimo

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Paramo de Santo Domingo, Santo Dmingo, Venezuela travel blog

Paramo de Santo Domingo

A travel blog entry by ggonzalezm

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Venezuela: First Love, San Cristóbal, Venezuela travel blog

Venezuela: First Love

A travel blog entry by rebellionbobby

... . Even better is meeting and falling in love with a local.      I went with my church group to San Cristobal, Venezuela, in the summer of 2000. I was just out of high school with no ambitions except to do what I had always wanted: ...

First Stop: San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Venezuela travel blog

First Stop: San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by castoris

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