Hotel & Resort Fiesta Inn Aguasal
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... bit pink.
It was closer than I thought, only about ˝ hour from Chichi but quite a soggy ride and we passed a few other lovely little islands on the way – Sal is supposed to be pretty good and closer/a drier ride – it was my backup plan if all else failed.
Cay Sombrero is popular I guess because of access form Chichi and Tucacas, lots of shade, clear sheltered water and some snorkelling too – can’t vouch for that as ...
Was heading off about 6.30 when the manager of Hans leapt out of bed to give me a ride on his moped to the bus station to get a porpuesto into Maracay – 1.5 times more than the bus (100bsf) but at least an hour quicker and you have to put up with their racing driver tendencies and aggressive city driving.
Thought it was important to head off early as Sat 12th is a celebration of the revolt of the Indigenous People, though this I later discovered, doesn't ...
... 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 ...
... La Posada de Carlos had an available room with aircon. Bliss! We finally decided to go out and eat at about 6.45pm. Pizza was eaten and juice consumed in a rather European style bakery/deli. They have a system in Venezuela where you pay at a kiosk and then collect your food OR in some places you take your receipt to a till and pay after. So no waiting for someone to collect your money. Great! Then it was time for an early night.
The next day we were advised by Carlos to ...
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 ...