Hotel Coche Paradise
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... 30 onboard and the boat only travels once a week.
Once we are on our way, a lady who is sat next to me starts a conversation. She is a little nervous as she gets sea sick. I tell her I'm from an Island and am used to frequent boat journeys. She is on her way to see her doctor in Caracas and has brought either her nephew or a young friend of the family, it's his first time abroad and understandably he is very excited. Good for him! I'm ...
... only 10 kms wide and so we were driving through what looked like sand dunes, it was almost like being back in the desert, except this time the dunes were varying shades of orange! This was backed by the bright blue of the sea and made some very scenic views. As we approached the town the first thing we came across was some salt pans. These have been in use since 1499 and still work the same; let the water in and then block it off and let the ...
... so we shall see if we can stay there. En router we went through the town of Puerto Cruz and were quite happily driving along when we got flagged down by a couple of motorcycle policemen. Once we stopped they told us that we had driven over a bridge that we were not allowed to go over and asked Mike to get out speaking to them. It was then a bit of fun and games, the first thing we asked was where the signs ...
... managed to find Mercantil, and tried to find our way back to meet the hostel owner, the interesting (and a bit crazy) sounding 'Captain'. I got us quite lost, though, and by the time we got back to the meeting point, the Captain had been and gone. Fortunately, he had only popped out for a spot of lunch, or something similar, and came back for us ten minutes later. On the journey to the north western side of the island, we discovered Margarita was a lovely place, with ...