Hotel La Parada
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... Americans,Brits,Russians,German s and other European business men and women who live here, mostly involved in the oil industry.There is still a tourist market,albeit rapidly declining as we speak,yet there are still a few madcap people like me who are coming here to visit.I concluded therefore that I needed to relax a little but maintain a distinct awareness of my own security and particularly stop myself from going off on one of my normal “exploring the city by foot ...
... enjoyed sexual innuendoes and on occasions acted like a little girl but was always fun of fun and enthusiasm. His partner Cedrid could only be described as a gentleman. Very friendly with a warming smile.
We spent the morning exploring Caracas by train. Checking out an art and science museum, a holiday festival and several monuments and buildings the capital has to offer. The highlight being the mausoleum of Simon Bolivar where we saw the changing if the ...
... in an American accent and I got have a nice day and all that talk. The most common phrase I got was, ¨it´s good, it´s all good¨ which seems to mean ¨I have nothing to say to that.¨ You can use it in any context to get you out of an awkward situation as well. We left a restaurant and said we decided to eat at another because the menu didn´t put the tax on and it added an 18% gratuity to the price so the cost was about 25% more than advertised. The man ...
... dropped the car off as it was due back at 7. The guy was then nice enough to drop us off at this corner where all the food was, so we got some tucker and hitched a lift to "Movie Towne" the local cinema to watch the timely movie Odyssey has Fallen. this was so much fun, the movie was **** but the commentary from the locals and all the hoots and hollah's from the crowd was hilarious. The Caribbean guys are pretty cool and have some ...
... theatre festival that is on most of this month. We followed a street theatre, well-prepared scenes from Venezuelan history, with a guide to take the changing crowd of about 30 from one place to another where actors appeared from behind trees and from shop entrances to do their scene.
Back to Brenda´s as arranged at 5 oclock, where she introduced us to her aunt and grandmother and handed over her keys, while she is going to stay with another aunt. She´s been ...