Posada Casa Vieja

Transandina, Merida, Andes, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Visiting Conchita, Javier, and Frank

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker


... 80's) it was pleasant inside the house. The cement keeps it cool. We talked for a while before lunch was ready. We had stewed chicken leg quarters, brown rice (first time I have seen this in Colombia), boiled potatoes, and a salad of chopped lettuce, carrots, and broccoli. For dessert we had a creamy lime jello dessert which was refreshing on a warm day.

One of Conchita's neighbors is a teenage boy of 14 years. Ronaldo helps her ...

Going to Venezuela

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker


... on the sink. Then with me holding my flute, that took up the rest of the room in the bathroom. I don’t know whether to say it had good resonance or that it echoed. It seemed quite loud in the bathroom; I am not sure what it sounded like outside, but Scott didn’t complain. I got my music practiced, and that is what was important.

We had a light dinner at the hotel restaurant, and relaxed (a little) by ourselves in the ...

Induction to Venezuela

A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... 4% and 8% has to go to the local communities for investment, and here´s the killer: the local community proposes what it will be spent on, and manages the projects once approved. Paul´s boss is one of the spokespeople of the local community council around the Mérida cable car up the mountain. They´ve managed a major pedestrianisation and facelift of the area and all the disruption and disputes that the redevelopment stimulated. In their area they have more ...

Day 3 -- Cucuta on to Pamplona

A travel blog entry by sa2013


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Our road trip to Pamplona, our next wheelchair distribution centre, was an adventure. Imagine a twisting and turning undulating narrow road riddled with gaping washouts that often brings you far too close to a sheer drop of thousands of feet. Yes, it was breath taking in more than one way. Pamplona is a charming village, the oldest centre of its area. One of the two Rotary ...

Host Family & Rotary Hospitality

A travel blog entry by sa2013


... also funded through Rotary without any government assistance with a number of them volunteering. Truly an incredible accomplishment from a relatively small but dedicated organization with a mandate of providing services to all the people of Venezuela alike. These are truly the kinds of projects that countries around the world can learn from.

The following day we tour two more buildings that house Rotary projects that include Skills ...


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