El Portal De Higuerote

Address: Urb Bella Vista, Parcela 3 y 4, carretera nacional Tacarigua- Higuerote, Higuerote, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Urb Bella Vista, Parcela 3 y 4, carretera nacional Tacarigua- Higuerote, Higuerote.
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      Journal Entry on Venezuela

      A travel blog entry by latin-america on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... is actually surrounded by swamps, so not many people live there. I also realized that there were many oil wells nearby which meant there must be a lot of oil fields along this "big" lake.
      Next, I took a little hike to the Andean Highlands, which are a part of the Andes Mountains. It turns out that the capital city, Caracas, is in the ...

      Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... Chavez protege,sort to cling onto power by any means possible.Supermarket shelves were emptying and the currency had surged onto black market profiteering as the Bolivar was devalued against the Dollar.Tourists were becoming an easy target,muggings by gun point often ending in death and kidnappings were starting to become a regular occurrence.


      I have been to some seriously dodgy countries with my good friend Phil,who also has his own tour agency and he specializes ...

      Semana Tres!

      A travel blog entry by jkimmelman5615 on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... not let me even enter the country until I payed $100 to have some special vaccine. I had to pay this money upfront at the airport and I had to be given the vaccine in the airport as well. This made me feel very unsafe and I also questioned whether that vaccine was from a reliable source.
      About one fifth of Venezuela's population lives in this city alone. Venezuela is a landlocked country known ...

      Caracas

      A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on Apr 19, 2014

      ... I tried to take in as much of the journey as possible, I would later find out that this road was the most dangerous in South America. The winding highway was covered in the colours of yellow, blue and red. Political posters and graffiti of ex-president Chavis lined the streets. He had recently died after a 13 year term as president and seemed a popular leader, I would later find that his public appreciation was quite poor. Public opinion for another face on the billboards ...

      Our first farewells

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Apr 15, 2014

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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 ...