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Travel Blogs from Playa el Agua
... colonial houses lined the walkway.
We hadn’t even ...
... Don’t get me wrong, I’m no stranger to poverty, having been lucky enough to travel different corners of the world. But this is the first time that I’ve seen poverty with such a sense of selfishness. Even in the tiniest communities in the quietest corners of the island, neighbours put up grills and guards around their huts to stop their neighbours taking from them. If you have something and your neighbour doesn’t, ...
... met a Polish couple, and took some local, ricketty, yet charming and cheap buses to the towns around the Island.
The castle in Asunsion. and the palace like church were the highlights of that day. It was good to see how the real islanders lived. If you ever go to this island, Margarita, youŽll see at least 20 stray , or not so stray, but harmless dogs walking freely on the streets, and beaches. Very random.
The Finney's take on Margarita, Venezuela and survive.
We had many firsts on this trip, some of which I never want to experience again.
Our flight is only 30 minutes from Trinidad and we are flying first class. What a great way to start our holiday…..just like the rich and famous.
We arrive at our hotel at 9:30 in the morning…still lots of day left to enjoy the sun. The ...
... pool and a big courtyard.
After a good nights rest we set off to the beach!
We hadnt been to one since paraty so had missed it. Playa agua you can tell straight away is the a tourist hub. Although it wasnt height of the season there were still alot of visitors there, and most of them were wealthy.
There were lots of people walking up and down the beach, which got annoying but it ...