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Após a assustada chegada a Caracas, onde fomos abordados por "trocadores"de grana loucos pelos nossos poucos dólares e pelo assombroso hotel que passamos a noite, fomos na manhã seguinte para a interessante Isla Margarita. O tempo nã estava bom mais o clima o melhor possível. Estava eu, minha esposa, primo e prima, cunhado e cunhada! Chegamos ao …
... a working local phone yet (another story in itself) the driver ...
... its inhabitants are greedy and lazy, always looking for an easy way to make money. It tells you something when food and drink at the airport is cheaper than buying it on the island. A behavioural analyst would have a field day, watching the eyes darting about, calculating the maximum price they can feasibly pluck out of the air for just about anything you want.
So expats flooded here five years ago and retired early, smugly buying up ...
... first week of our stay, pretty much consisted of lying on beaches.
It wasnt hot everyday, in fact, it rained about 3 days the 9 days we were on the island. Not normal, for that time of year we were told.
After, Patricks, we moved south to another hostal called Yaque motion. Where we took a boat, 15 minutes, to the paradise island of Coche. Now, this was hot, white sands, warm water, not too busy, and ...
The Finney's take on Margarita, Venezuela and survive.
We had many firsts on this trip, some of which I never want to experience again.
Our flight is only 30 minutes from Trinidad and we are flying first class. What a great way to start our holiday…..just like the rich and famous.
We arrive at our hotel at 9:30 in the morning…still lots of day left to enjoy the sun. The ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking