Eurobuilding Express Maracay
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Today I got up around 8am or so, relaxed a bit with Selene and her family, had a delicious breakfast, some nice conversation, and then finally left her place around 10am to try and get to Colonia Tovar. We took the first bus to La Victoria, where we were to take the bus from the bus terminal there to Colonia Tovar, but we arrived to a staggeringly long line of people hoping to go there as well. After hanging out in line for 30 minutes or so and finding out that the first in ...
... Tatiana) I make my way to the beach by the lights of our cell phones in search of an affordable posada.
The next days will be spent with some beach hopping with fishing boats to different bays and eating at the many excellent fish restaurants - all serving the catch of the day in generous portions.
¡Hasta la próxima!
PS: Congratulations to Dirk with the birth of his second son, ...
... makings for some hotdogs and he took me to his friends house where they made the guaropita we bought a bottle made from lemon and went back to angels house where we chilled out and made the biggest hot dog i ever ate, while drinking guaropita we told travel stories and listened to good music... tired from the night before i retired to my room at 8ish ...
The first stop in our "official" tour through Venezuela was the beach town of Puerto Colombia. We arrived here after a few hours of very twisty roads. We`re traveling in a rather large "truck" (with space for twenty odd people, their bags, camping equiptment and kitchen supplies for all), and as a result, we took up most of the one lane road. There were many ...
... floors missing. Several rooms were occupied by rather large bats; weird to see them shooting through a corridor in broad daylight.
Juan let us use his kitchen and provided us with information about the park. He advised us to put the food in a steel cupboard in the kitchen rather than keep it in our room as we would be sure to be visited by ratos (rats)! He told us that he is a technician/jack of all trades, and has been working at the place for 20 ...