- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Arrived into Merida around 10 am, as is typical with Venezuela, the bus left a little late and arrived an hour late. We were met at the bus terminal by Dietar, the Posada owner. We then shared a taxi with a Polish couple to his posada and chilled there for a few hours. We then went and visited an ice cream parlour with the worlds biggest …
... Alan had told them the wrong date! But they rallied round, got the cook over and all was well. The place was AMAZING. Hummingbirds everywhere, beautiful flowers and 5* rooms with fresh flowers on the bed and the towels folded like a shirt/tie and dress! We felt slightly underdressed in our flip flops and dirty clothes. We watched the hummingbirds at the feeders and chatted until dinner which was a 3 course gourmet affair. It was quite chilly and we ate al fresco but ...
... until we reached our first waterfall.
The first waterfall was quite daunting, not knowing what to expect. Attached up to various ropes I began to lower myself down, facing the rock. Instructed to keep my head & feet down water cascaded over my helmet. It is very difficult to explain what it was like, but it was awesome! As I reached the bottom I landed in a pool of water & unclipped myself ready for the next person to come down. It got rather chilly ...
... rafting and a trek into Los Llanos for a jungle safari, although the temptation to sign up to everything nearly overpowered us.
Firstly - the paragliding. It was our first time, after 2 hours driving through wind and mist and general treachery, we reached the top, where we had to wait for the winds to die down. We were with 3 diehard gliders; one flying solo and two taking us novices. Eventually there was a break ...
... blog while already more than a week in Venezuela, and I can assure you, things are highly exaggerated and alarmist; we have been quite safe thus far). Another issue that makes travel to Venezuela complicated is the money situation. As mentioned in our previous blog, the official exchange rate is set artificially, which makes visiting the country extremely expensive (think European prices).
Fortunately, the more 'natural' rate, available on the black market, brings ...