LIDOTEL Hotel Boutique Valencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... simply disappeared. The police in Venezuela have nimble fingers at money. I asked him whether we have to unpack everything at each checkpoint. José said at a "donation" of 500 bolivars to the police it could continue without control. Shortly before lunch, I reached the international airport of Valencia. When I tried to check-in said the employee at the airline I could fly with switch but my luggage stay here. In Merida at the glider flying as I was it came to ...
... it was pretty crazy.
So after a quick two hour bus ride or so, I arrived in Valencia, where my CS host, Cesar, was kind enough to be able to pick me up with a friend of his, and then he gave me a quick ride around town. It's a nice city, much less chaotic and congested than Caracas, with beautiful houses and nice green hills around the place. Then we went to have my first cachapa, which is a type of folded, thick corn tortilla patty with ...
... again!) I set off walking in the direction that I thought he said it was but turned out to be wrong and there was no sign of it. I waited by a bus stop for a while to see if any were going to the terminal but none were.
Next plan was to take a different taxi, this time negotiating the fare before I got in! Turns out that it was more or less three blocks away, which wasn´t actually much less that my expensive journey the night before, ...
5th July 2009
Hotel Mar del Plata, Maracay, Venezuela
Colonia Tovar – la Victoria – Maracay 68 kms
We set off from Colonia Tovar this morning anticipating the 34 kms downhill that we had read about. Unfortunately, we had 7kms of the steepest inclines we have ever encountered before we could begin the descent. So steep were the roads out of Colonia Tovar that we ended up pushing the ...
Dodge. That's about the best way to describe this particular part of our trip. We had our first real taste of Venezuelan public transport today, with our intention to go from the rafting camp to Choroni, a little town on the coast with a great beach. The guys from the rafting camp dropped us at the main road to get the bus to Barinas, the nearest town so we could get a connection to a town called Maracay and then a smaller local bus ...