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I knew as soon as I saw the website for the school on Margarita Island it was the place for me! Despite the political unrest and the recession here in Venezuela my purpose is still clear and the possibilities are endless....at the very least I can obtain online students who will pay me in US dollars that can be exchanged at a rate of about 175 Venezuelan Bolivars ...
... told the story of how the Chief fell in love with an Indian girl and named the mountains after her bosom. Titty mountains!!!
We then went to an aquarium where we saw seahorses and trumpet fish and the dangerous lion fish that is apparently a dangerous poisonous fish, an interloper to these waters. There was also a ‘Nurse Shark’ and some turtles but I felt the pools they were kept in were really too small for ...
Slept a bit better with the a/c on, though had to switch off in the middle of the night – the parrot and nearby cocks (or was it just the parrot imitating some?) weren’t too disturbing.
Coffee’d up (strong, but not good) got an early start to playa El Caribe – nice, quiet and not too hot, but no traffic so had to take a cab – knocked him down 10 bolivares to 20! Had a ...
... in town – the place was heaving! Unfortunately this attracts the touts and their sickening patter - their tone really winds me up and they won’ take “no” for an answer - it just ruins the atmosphere and my enjoyment.
Splashed out $4 on a good healthy fish dinner - seeing all the fishing boats in the bay and the adjacent fish market reassures you it’s likely to be good and fresh.
... up with some fresh pepper and chilli oil – “I’m in heaven, ….”!
Enjoyed the rooftop terrace back at the ranch until bedtime - I had the only upstairs room, which was off that terrace and next to the communal cooking/eating area. I had been concerned it might be noisy, but had it to myself. The lovely breeze continued all night so mossies were blown into touch.