Eurobuilding Express Maiquetia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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If you ever find yourself in Caracas airport, be warned, gates change without notice and it seems, with alarming frequency. I was advised by my guide to keep checking with other travellers, which I did, only to find that the gate had indeed changed and I was trying to board the wrong plane! No one seemed to know which gate my plane was leaving from. In the end my flight was delayed for around an hour and I found the gate (on a different floor) and with the help of ...
... in a bed before beginning a journey that would take a full day.
We needed more money for our adventures ahead and knew the exchange rate we could get at a border town like this one would be better than anything we could find in Caracas, our next destination. We were also very much leaning towards spending the last few days of our trip on an island that reportedly only had one ATM (that may or may not work), so it was a good idea to get more cash now. With that in ...
... g-string bikini dancing at the rhythm of their pimped up car parked in front of the beach in front of our hotel (I thought these things only existed in movies…). Sorry, no photos…
Caracas is a different place. The first thing you see, from the immigration lounge, is an endless row of very qualitative and little quantitative propagandistic ads telling you about achievements of the “socialist” government ...
Today our flight does go, so we leave almost on time on our flight to Madrid.
Madrid Airport (Barajas Airport) is a bit chaotic compared to Schiphol. But we manage to find the gate our flight is supposed to leave from. Only... up to departure time some flight to Tenerife is mentioned on the monitors. The guy checking our boardingpasses tells us it's the flight to Caracas, Venezuela though. When we try to board, he looks at our boardingpasses as if he ...
... required to get around several of the hairpin bends in the truck, and we often had to inch through narrow gaps between rock face and sheer drop. Meeting oncoming traffic was rarely convenient!
The small colourful colonial town on the coast had a distinctly Caribbean feel to it - unsurprising really, given that we had reached the Caribbean sea! At the start of the rainy season it had a rather off-season feel to it, but there was ...