Estancia San Francisco
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a bit of the Mucubaji Lake. Afterwards, we slowly made our way back out of the park, and took the bus to the town, where I got a shot in the ass just in case, and some meds, all for free (thanks, Chavez).
By the time we arrived in the small community (Musui, or something similar), we just rented out a room for the four of us (75 bolivares each), and ...
... of 5000m). Reassured that he was a seasoned climbing professional and guide with great English, and also reassured that he wasn't driving, we hit the road.
Our root took us immediately up into the winding roads of mountains to the west; high into coffee-plantation country. A crisp, clear Merida morning provided spectacular views of the giant valley and despite my fear of heights the casual demeanour of our driver, Giovanni, on such challenging roads (and occasionally steep, ...
... as we were descending my stomach was in knots. The shot was definitely not working now! We got back to the Posada and went for dinner in an amazing restaurant around the corner which was as cheap as chips and had a few beers in their catacomb bar and made our way home after that!!
Up early and had breakfast and went down to book a canyoning trip. As it turned out we were not up early enough, so instead we booked a ...
... we asked about it were very sceptical about the projected re-opening date next year. We had had some grand plans to go up the cable car and maybe even attempt Pico Bolivar, the highest peak in Venezuela and only a few hundred meters above the top of the cable car but a combination of what seemed to be the early arrival of rainy season and the lack of cable car put a stop to that. We therefore looked around for some wet weather activities and settled, to ...
My tour guide for the next few days picked me up at my posada which is by the way run by a Swiss lady, originally from Berne, and the place is really nice, little touches and really paying attention to details. At first we visited the market in Merida which is situated a bit outside the city and in a three-storey building. Once you have seen a few stalls you have seen all as it repeats itself over and over again: food, sweets, clothes, ...