Flamingo Beach Hotel
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The first thing you see in Margarita (apart from perhaps plumped lips at the airport) is the sheer amount of vultures, and if you go to the beach in the morning, you'll see a sea of jellyfish that have been washed up overnight. The irony wasn't lost on us that the two most prominent creatures there are either circling, waiting to feed off you, or …
... colonial houses lined the walkway.
We hadn’t even ...
... we stayed at was run by a Oliver Reed stylee, northern irish man, in his mid 50´s. with his substantially younger Venezualan wife, and there 2 year old kid. It was a nice, relaxed hostal, with an intriguing talking parrot, who never refused to yield excessent wolf whistles every morning.
We stayed 3 days at this hostal, using it as a base to travel a few Km´s to the local beaches and fishing villages. ...
Heute gönnen wir uns eine kleine Pause. Direkt neben dem Pier gibt es einen kleinen aber schönen Sandstrand. Für 12 US$ zwei Liegen mit Sonnenschutz. Zum ersten mal baden wir in der karibischen See. Auf Sight seeing haben wir verzichtet.
Der Abend endet heute für uns Früh (so gegen 21.15 Uhr). Wir sind beide vom Nichts tun müde und schlafen wie die ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlamingo Beach Hotel Pampatar
We went to the Flamingo Beach for two days to celebrate Gav's birthday. Such a shame that the island is dead as the hotel was so quiet. Attentive staff and a virtually private pool though, and we had a laugh with the barmen who were happy to chat about football and make coco locos!
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