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Travel Blogs from Juan Griego
... colonial houses lined the walkway.
We hadn’t even ...
... ourselves away in the beautiful El Yaque in Motion private apartments, with our own pool and hideaway location.
Overall, I just couldn't recommend Margarita though, not until something drastic changes like direct flights are back, or the mindset of the locals becomes more community and less 'me' focused. There's too much corruption - we know of at least one local with dodgy money dealing via the army - and an undercurrent that is palpable.
... met a Polish couple, and took some local, ricketty, yet charming and cheap buses to the towns around the Island.
The castle in Asunsion. and the palace like church were the highlights of that day. It was good to see how the real islanders lived. If you ever go to this island, Margarita, youŽll see at least 20 stray , or not so stray, but harmless dogs walking freely on the streets, and beaches. Very random.
... It was absolute mayhem. Craziness. Mike stood in the depart tax line, Robynn and I stood in the security line. Security in Margarita is having an officer go thru your luggage…..by hand….yes everyone’s luggage by hand. So you can only imagine how long this took. A gajillion hour’s. Oh and while you are in this line waiting to have your delicate displayed for all to see, they have ...
We were quite pleased to leave Ciudad Bolivar in the morning. A mix of excitement to get to the island and hope that we woudnt stand out a much there i think.
It was four hour ferry ride from Peurto La cruz and we managed to get there for 8pm.
The posada was beautiful!
German and Russian run, it had comfortable sized rooms with hot water!
There was a big kitchen for us to use, a ...