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You are the black gold,
the very foundation for the country of Venezuela.
The reason why the U.S.A acknowledges Venezuela.
Venezuela leads in oil productions,
as the oil wells tower over the country.
You, oil, are the country's economy.
You are a gooey ...
... which is my approach to most cities.Caracas,however,is not the place to do this at this present time and this was soon to be verified by my city guide Gerardo.
With my credit cards stolen in the pick pocket incident in Bogota,I was short of “get out of jail” options as all I had left was cash.It was time for me to get sharp,despite the feelings of weariness that had been creeping up on me in Colombia. My week of rest at the beach in Taganga over,I felt I ...
... very welcome. Because Venezuela has such a diverse population of people that immigrated from all over Europe, South America, The Caribbean, and Africa, the Venezuelans were very open to travelers visiting from all over the world. Venezuelan people are known for being happy, social people who enjoy music, dancing, talking and a great party, so it was easy for me to have a great time when I was here on ...
... men with assault rifles. On both sides of the road they stood directing traffic. The rifles on their shoulders appeared to be overkill but were a reminder of the current political climate.
When I checked into the hotel I had been in my room or longer than 5 minutes before there was a knock on the door. Terry, the tour leader met me with a beaming smile and sturdy handshake. He told me that he and 3 other Trekkers who had already arrived were having breakfast ...
... 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 ...