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Travel Blogs from Merida
... chopping goes on in these parts.
Finally, drove through the dry cactus strewn desert landscape back to town – it's amazing the contrast between one neighbouring valley and another!
Great trip despite the lack of forking lightning!
Then began, the usual Sunday pm hunt for an open shop that sells beer – had already worked off the calories hunting for it before consumption ...
... experience in Wales.
The third waterfall was the tallest, at a height of 35m. Peering over the top, I couldn't see the bottom. As I disappeared over the edge it seemed I was going to be dry abseiling to the side of it. However, halfway down the waterfall split & I was hit with a face full of water. Onwards, it became very difficult to keep my footing on the rocks as the water had made them extremely slippery. With water bouncing off the rock into my face, ...
... Venezuela's World Cup 2014 qualification. Los Vino Tinto (their nickname) have never qualified due to the stiff competition with the other South American nations for the coveted places. Eight teams; two legs; four qualify (this time five as Brazil host and have automatic qualification), it's now Venezuela's best chance to qualify with a bright new squad and manager, the people here are ecstatic at the prospect. The bars, restaurants and tour operators are packed in the ...
... collectivo taxi, that would take us from the Venezuelan border town of San Antonio del Tachira to the closest city, San Cristobal. On the way, we passed two military check points, which litter the roads in Venezuela, and our bags were searched once (no problem for us but a fellow passenger who had a suitcase full of packaged baby shoes ended up having to donate one to the police). Our driver and fellow passengers were quite curious and chatty (all in Spanish), inquiring where we ...
... possibly a dog who no longer loves me!
-leaving my family for one year
-me time: being a very independent person, time to myself is important
-not feeling rushed through days: since we do have a year, it would be nice to just have days with no plans! Go with the flow days.
-Would love to see New Zealand
-see new places
-experience different ...