Hotel La Parada

Av. Principal de la Atlantida, Catia La Mar, Northeast Venezuela, Venezuela | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Av. Principal de la Atlantida, Catia La Mar.
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    Travel Blogs from Catia La Mar

    Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... barrels of the stuff ,more oil than Saudi Arabia which has reserves of 254 billion barrels of light crude oil and if you add Venezuelan oil trapped in the sand in the Orinoco delta area,(approximately 523 billion barrels),you are looking at a country that per capita,should be the richest country in the world and theoretically could single handedly dictate the price of oil to the world.This country,unfortunately, is “the” seminal example of the worst kind of ...

    Caracas

    A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on Apr 19, 2014

    ... occurring.

    Due to the Easter long weekend no alcohol was allowed to be served nation wide. This was due to Venezuelans getting too drunk and driving on the holiday. This would occur on all holidays and during elections as well. I met the other Trekkers Andrew and Andrea (Scottish couple), Shaun (Aussie living abroad), Mariel (French girl) and Ikel (German). We had Dinner at steakhouse, served Huge steak that was cooked by the dinner table. A great meal to start the ...

    Last plane to South America!

    A travel blog entry by richyallum on Jul 04, 2013

    6 photos

    ... in that situation. I feel bad making someone wait while I park the car but it really is the only way here, that's the sad reality. With all this on my mind I sat back and tried to get some sleep.

    but...

    Being a man I was playing that game that all men know how to play; what would I do if, such and such, happens. Such and such being a very unlikely scenario and usually a violent one. So I imagined the scenario, what if our driver is hit over ...

    I am Chavez

    A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 06, 2013

    11 photos

    ... night and to get herself to her auntīs house. So we rose late, breakfasted in this fantastic flat from where we could see occasional motorbike convoys and lorry loads of people making their way towards the route of the cortege.

    At first we wandered a bit aimlessly, thinking that the cortege was due to come near us. We had fresh juice and newspapers at a cafe. The newspapers had mostly been sold out already, were all respecting at least the family of ...

    Black markets and the venezuelan driver.

    A travel blog entry by ashstmartin on Jan 20, 2012

    4 photos

    ... make it back alive. Bless her.

    A very basic, but very inviting twin bedded room awaited us. 300 boliveras, about 33 euro for the both of us. Jackie Chans Rush hour on cable, saw me off nicely.
    Next day, about 10, we went to the office where we had booked the original flights through to Venezuela, to see if we could get flights to Margarita island, a nearby isla, known as the Pearl of the carribean.

    We ...