Maremares Hotel Marina & Spa
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... to succeed. We spent the afternoon relaxing on an island with crystal blue water and experienced our first Venezuelan seafood meal. Later on our night started with a BBQ and drinks. After eating the partying began and we were dragged onto a dance floor and made to boogy to Latin American music as well as French. 12 o'clock rolled around the fireworks began, we were treated to a sky of sparkles and lots of Happy New ...
... local kids & adults with English and painting another large, welcoming mural, before moving to a hostel down the road to design their landscape garden: developing yet more skills!
By this time, we had arranged to meet our friend Lora in Peru, and we only had a few weeks to get there. So after a couple more pit stops in Nicaragua & catching up with Jason - one of our buddies from back in Cancun - on the Pacific coast, we dashed through Costa Rica in a ...
... as the birds poo on your head from the tree above. Yum. Gradually, as we ate our 250th hotdog/burger of our trip, Beatriz and another young worker, Brayan, started to talk to us. She was 15 and he was about 16 and they were very funny. Highlights of the conversation (mainly from Beatriz) included: "How old are you in England?", "Are you racist?" (after Beatriz made a comment that we would be black after sunbathing), "When are you going to get ...
... for a decent shower, but also very content. The trip back to Puerto La Cruz almost takes more energy with a 14 hour freezing night bus and a collectivo with a Schumacher driver going 160km, but somehow we made it.
It is a bit of a mixed bag, Venezuela. It has plenty of resources (oil, gold, iron, cacao, wood, hydro-electric power), a wonderful climate and beautiful nature. But so many things here are poorly managed. Is the oil a ...
... I was putting my foot on that so I hauled myeself up the barnicle encrusted side of the boat and not without a little cut here and there. Andri got it worse as she didn't realise it was barnicle encrusted blood was trickling from her knee and calf. Evertything is pretty last minute here, manana applies just as much here as it does in Spain. I`ll let the photos do the talking but it was nice.
We ate fish on the beach fresh oysters on the beach with lemon ...