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New Orleans, Louisiana to Caracas, Venezuela- 7:45 pm to 5:20 am (9 hr 5 min)(Leaves May 3- Arrives May 4th)
We arrived to our second country at 5:20 am. Was that early for us! This place was Caracas, Venezuela it was so beautiful from what I could actual focus on being so early in the morning. i felt dead but awake since we had a goodnight rest on the plane. The bad thing about the plane ride was it reeked because a little boy in front of us got ...
... country,they will always be the hub of unrest under bad governance.
The rest of my tour is outside of the city.The Venezuelan landscape is said to be a “Jurassic Park” of wonder and I am sure I will see a completely different side of the country in the next three weeks.Ultimately I am interested in the people and their culture,their food and their hospitality.All I can think right now is thank God nature does not “do” politics!
... attempts by the government to nationalize industries, fix the exchange rate and price controls has led to hyper inflation the past few years. As a result, a dual exchange rate now exists where the black market rate is double the official rate. This perverse situation makes travel very difficult here. Earlier when trying to book a hotel on Expedia, I was perplexed at why basic hotel rooms were much much more expensive than anywhere else. Now I ...
... in a bed before beginning a journey that would take a full day.
We needed more money for our adventures ahead and knew the exchange rate we could get at a border town like this one would be better than anything we could find in Caracas, our next destination. We were also very much leaning towards spending the last few days of our trip on an island that reportedly only had one ATM (that may or may not work), so it was a good idea to get more cash now. With that in ...
... that we hadn’t had enough of flying, therefore, we endured a rather comical tennis like action of quoting for some domestic flights in order to avoid an arduous 80 hour round bus journey…a pointless exercise which last for 3 hours and resulted in yet another panicked check in, a run through the terminal only to find, yes you guess it: another delay. Still, we arrived in Peurto Maldonado early on 30th ...