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... was over, we made our way to the nearest supermarket for some food for our bus journey to Puerto La Cruz the next day. There was a great selection although EVERYTHING is manufactured in Venezuela. EVERYTHING. That's socialism for you. And another socialist quirk is that you have to give your name when you pay at the checkout. So if Maduro ever wants to know that someone called Victoria bought some tomatoes and beers and where and at what time then he can. We then returned to our ...
... a big red flag to say " I work for an American Company and I have money" I'm not sure what else would be. Secondly, the driver was no the same one that was confirmed in the email.
So to err on the side of caution I asked the driver who he was there to pick up, he said the name of someone in my party. Ok I thought, this is the right guy. 45 min later I noticed he was pulling up ...
... 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.
... would be one of the most remote parts of our adventure. Travelling north through the Amazon, across the Equator and into Venezuela, our 19th country. The road from Boa Vista in the far north of Brazil is the only one out of the Amazon taking us across the border into Venezuela and the small remote town of St Elena de Uairen. Crossing the border we said what we thought were our final goodbyes to Brazil after 7 fantastic weeks. However once in Venezuela as we suspected we ...
After two months of traveling my adventure reached its end! From Caracas I took my flight to Chicago. It was really sad to feel that I'm leaving South America. It has been wonderful to travel through Colombia and Venezuela, visiting cities, small towns, mountains, valleys, jungles, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, parks and islands, and experiencing pristine nature. But most of all the people I met made this trip special and unforgettable. I had to say ...
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