Hato el Cedral
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... worried. Not only was someone there to collect us but it was Nelson himself! From the moment he picked us up to the moment we got to the hotel, he talked. And talked. And talked a bit more. We now know that:
- You can fill the fuel tank of an SUV for the equivalent of 30p (cheapest gasoline in the world).
- A few years ago Chavez decided to move Venezuelan time back by 30mins much to the horror of ...
... up near one of the metro stations in Altamira, and he gave me a ride around several areas of Caracas, including El Hatillo. El Hatillo was a really nice neighborhood with older, typical houses , which really reminded me of a typical Andean town in the middle of Peru. We went to a huge souvenir shop with local handicraft and then went back towards Altamira to "Aprile", a really upscale restaurant where we had some delicious Italian food.
... a hotel....where the maids pick up after me, make my bed, I get breakfast made, etc....Just like when I was little and lived at home - Thanks Mom and Dad!!!
Last night I just spent sending out the last work emails and packing.Today, I woke up early to work out before getting on my plane to New York.
At least I ...
... us to a room inside a market area. There was nothing in the room other than a desk. This activity is illegal, however, most people do it. But if you were caught by the police it would be an arrestable offense.....and so we had to do it inside somewhere and out of the way. We followed the men cautiously but also confidently......we didn't want to be taken for a ride. But it wasn't much money we wanted changing anyway. With the larger amounts of money hidden on our person we ...
... off a large mountain plateau into the ravine below. Named after an American pilot –Jimmie Angel – who crashed nearby in 1937 the flume of water is 16 times higher than Niagara Falls. The significant effort of getting there and stepping a little out of your comfort zone makes the spectacle that much more rewarding not to mention the abundant wildlife spotting on the journey including seeing my first ever Toucan!
Now it’s off to Cuba to meet "Our Man in ...