Hotel & Resort Fiesta Inn Aguasal
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- Swimming pool
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... worth the bother! It was packed – hate to be there on a Sunday! Lots of small pleasure craft too, vying for who had the loudest sound system – they were royally trumped when a Sunseeker arrived!
The water and the various beaches were packed, a significant portion of these being the salespeople, from the water selling seafood and cocktails, and on land, that plus sweets, ice cream, jewellery, drinks, food, honey, preserves, coffee, cigarettes, ...
... motorway most of the way but very curvy and taken at great speed, so was good for strengthening the old core! Once you are off the highway, you are passing through the wetlands where the flamingos like to come and can see them from the bus.
Chichi was nothing to commend it other than flamingos and it’s proximity to the cays of Morrocoy National Park.
So, ended up at Villa Gregoria, a nice set up in a great location – no kitchen, but coffee, wifi ...
... back down with Hugo from the restaurant – it amazes me how this government got in when everyone I speak to is so disparaging of the whole system or is it just that I only talk to those intelligent enough not to have voted it in?
Went for a jump around in the surf, and later to watch more skilful people ride the waves until ...
... and give everyone an item e.g. a packet of nuts. Then they go back through the bus either collecting them back in or taking money from people who want to buy it. We nearly bought a pot of medicinal balm in this way until we saw it contained cat claws. Once in Valencia we stocked up again on food/drink and got on another bus to Tucacas (1.5 hours). By the time you've spent a lifetime on 3 buses, you don't really give Tucacas about anything except a shower. So we were ...
me voy a la playa, no me importa nada!
Our couchsurfer host, Camilo, showed us this song, and since we were craving a slice of Venezuela's renowned Caribbean coast, we made the time to go to Choroní, a popular vacation spot for residents of Caracas.
A full day of travel brought us to the last bus of our trip, a school bus full of ...