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... 6 clusters and within each group there would have been 15-20 armed soldiers. No longer than 15mins after pulling up to our hotel a demonstration started - beginning with slow moving traffic, horns blaring, and people hanging out of car windows with flags yelling. It certainly looked peaceful, but it was rather eye opening. We've been warned to be super careful here; basically don't go out after dark etc. Our first night ...
... being a Sunday, the trail was jam-packed with other Caracas locals walking and running up and down the trails in huge quantities.
We eventually reached the “Sabas Nieves II” area at the end of the Sabas Nieves route, where there were many weekend hikers resting and having a good time in the shades and grassy areas. We walked past this area another 5 or 10 minutes to an even greener and ...
... At first I was not sure about taking a tour of downtown, but during the day, it's ok. It's nightime that is the problem. Plus you need to be aware, and dress down. Do not wear watches, flash your money, etc. It's all about traveling safe and smart.
Our tour started off with Miguel and his driver picking us up at the hotel, then we traveled to downtown Caracas. We were going to go into this museum, but it ...
... in a row.
There was no mercy with these checkpoints, either. If your bus came across one at 2 in the morning, well the lights would come on and everyone had to wake up to comply with the search. Nothing irritated us more than the forced wake-up on the way to Caracas, where the solder stopped looking at ID's two rows before ours, but we had already forced ourselves to wake up and stay awake waiting for him to see our passports. Stupid kid!
Anyway, we ...
... actually the colour of dark tea) is slightly acidic which rather conveniently kills mosquito lavae. Given the prevalence of Malaria in the region we didn’t fancy the clouds of insects the other tributaries of the great river serve up. We did not however escape the fire ants endemic throughout the jungle, once bitten it’s easy to understand why they are often referred to as bullet ants! Taking a series of wonderfully informative adventures from the lodge our best ...