Embassy Suites Valencia-Downtown
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... on the border of Colombia and Venezuela. In response, Venezuela closed the border for 3 months for vehicles. Also issued the Government a bill that that fly to Colombia all luggage of people at the latest by 10:30 on the same day must be abandoned. The Government controlled precisely, each piece of baggage that goes to Colombia. I knew nothing about this law, and the airline had also informed me about it. I explained to her that my luggage was investigated only by police ...
... in the middle, along with a sweet sugar cane drink. It wasn't bad, but sorry.. not the best. Veeery very filling though, and I wasn't able to eat more than half. It just felt very heavy and greasy and just not as good as my delicious Peruvian food back home. ;)
Later on I was able to catch up a bit on internet stuff thanks to his internet at home, before going out for a bit more and sleeping, since we were off to Morrocoy the next day for New Year's. ...
... got it for half price!
At the terminal there were again people wanting to take me all the way to Tucacas by taxi (for 399Bs compared to 20Bs for the bus). Obviously I chose the bus!
So now IŽm in Tucacas trying to find a camping permit and boat to take me to the islands. Apparently I was supposed to reserve my permit 8 days before I got here but again lousy Lonely Planet didnŽt mention anything about this, so IŽll see what ...
... s only one other place we've ever had to do that, over Mt lawit, an extinct volcano in Indonesia. After the shock of having to push the bikes the ride was the equivalent of a meander. Some of the downhill was steep and the road surface wasn't great, neither were the drivers, but we survived. After la Victoria the road was quite flat and initially not very busy at all, but that all changed about 15 kms out of Maracay.
on the ...
... We waited at the side of the road and got the bus to Barinas. These buses are really cramped, with no luggage space and very little standing room. We squeezed on but it's such a rush that some poor old sleeping grunter got unceremoniously klapped in the face with my boots that were in a bag outside my pack. I felt bad but Ang just laughed her head off! Anyway, on getting to Barinas we tried to find a bus to Maracay, ...