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Travel Blogs from Merida
... headed. Unfortunately, the clouds came back almost immediately, and we were forced to trust luck and instinct yet again.
When we reached Casa de Pedro, we were shocked at its simplicity and ruggedness. Pedro and his 15 year old dog, Rambo, came to greet us. After some awkward ice breaking, he showed us our simple room and we sat down to chat in the kitchen, the only room in the house save our bedroom and his. The house was built over a hundred ...
... as abseiling. Unlike the one I did in Ecuador, this trip included lots of scrambling along the river bank, including using ropes and iron lines.
I did manage to bash my bum on one of the slides, the water was hiding a rock. I still need to be careful when I sit on a hard chair.
I was a bit surprised that the guide was a lady, who had been doing this for 10years. I thought the macho men would keep this sort of stuff to themselves.
... past-time, and fitness is encouraged but the availability of cheap surgery means that teenage girls even resort to the scalpel to "get ahead". Pretty sad huh? Also, there are frequent reports of botched, back-alley surgeries to sour the situation further. Still and all, the women here in Merida for the most are drop-dead gorgeous by any standard I have known. Fake tits and ass or no! Ha ha!
Over and out,
... on par with other places in South America. So obviously, this was the way to go for us. In preparing for our Venezuela entry, we had spent a bit of time researching where to best change our money (either in Colombia or in Venezuela), and had opted for a mixed strategy. First, we would exchange some Colombian pesos for Bolivares while still in Colombia (where the rate is good, and you are technically not doing anything illegal). The other part of money we would carry with us in ...
6 months ago, on New Year's eve, we sat down, the 6 of us, and each told the others what our expectations and fears were about this year off together. Here is the summary:
I want to see the world to learn and see new and old things, have some opportunities and some time off. The world won't be the same for very long; I want to see things that will not be there in 20 years...that I will be able to tell my kids and grand kids ...