Dolphin Guest House
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... restaurant (make-shift). We surveyed the scene and decided to try and meet the horse-riders at the beginning of their route and walk in the direction of the stadium. We found the right spot soon enough and sat in front of a seated band. Soon the costumed caricatures of the Spanish, accompanied by a transvetite were followed by horse-riding cowboys and other riders. Each time more of them came (except once), the band would play a number. We drank a beer ...
A little boy who called himself Romero came to try and sell us bracelets. He let us know quickly that he thought RheaLynn was the pretty one out of the two of us and spent the next five minutes trying to convince me that just because he thought that it didn't mean he thought I was fea.... He then told me that he would love me forever and I was gorgeous...
A creepy old man eating behind us who I think was very excited to talk to an ...
... of the food on offer and it was simply a case of pointing to what you wanted. As it turned out, the food was actually pretty good and so was the coffee.
The other side of this organisation was a hammock workshop. Again, kids who are hearing and speech impaired are taught how to make hammocks by hand and are given jobs. The speed at which they make hammocks is incredible, they can complete a hammock in ...
... as identical to her own 'unique' village songs. For the first time the people of Orinoco knew where they originated. Some have now been to Africa to visit 'their' village. These communities are really isolated and most can only be reached by panga.
In Pearl Lagoon we stayed at Casa Ulrich run by the extended Ulrich Family, Fred (who grew up in Nicaragua but was educated in Switzerland and France) and his wife, their son and daughter, partners ...
Not sure what the fascination is with large bodies of water, but I'm pretty sure I'm not the only human who goes out of the way to go look at them. Maybe it's an old survival instinct that hasn't evolved out....like tailbones...or our body's need to store fat, even though we clearly have supermarkets and fast food joints on every other corner. ...