Caracas Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Franco went back to the hotel at 9:00 AM, we welcomed him with a party, with the girls. Franco was wearing a cervical collar but he danced like crazy. We went to the pool. Later, when we were alone, we visited the national park "El Guácharo" and we played football, and we sunbathed. Now it's 10:00 o’clock and we are going to eat “Pabellón ...
Seventeen hour overnight coach from Mérida to Caracas! But it was comfortable - we both slept on seats that recline to almost flat, and then woke on Monday morning and watched the cars go by in slow traffic for forty miles. After that, we couldn´t get phones working to let Brenda know we´d arrived, until a passing Canadian took pity on us and led us to an internet and phone-call shop, and soon we were in Brenda´s flat, showered and semi-fresh again!
... but it was big. I couldn't finish the whole meal. However the fresh pinapple juice i had to drink was amazing. That is one of the really good things about South America, if I have not mentioned it before, is all the fresh fruit.
Our day ended with a tour of El Hatillo. Although I had been there before, none of the others had, so I just listed as Miguel explained the history of the town.
... station was incredibly far, we walked along with our huge packs on our backs and received many curious stares. It was clear backpackers don't bother to venture into the heart of Caracas much. We stopped for a delicious lunch of arepa sandwiches. Arepa's are a round cake-like fried bread made with ground corn that is moist and delicious in Venezuela (much better than the version in Colombia, which is small, hard and dry.)
As we approached the metro, we found a ...
... our guide spent a few hours attaching chunks of lamb and beef to hooks on the end of Bamboo poles sitting tight whilst the carnivorous fish stole the food taking advantage of our beginners’ technique. However we learnt fast and after half an hour or so Tim caught his first and then second fish, pictures below of a victim attached to his hook baring its sharp teeth before being returned to the river. Alas I panicked at the moment of glory hooking by far the ...