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... that could have been spent on improving the country.
I think that by now the picture of Venezuela's political mess is becoming clear and what the future holds is any-ones guess,but meanwhile the people suffer under this absurdity of good intentions gone wrong.Back at the hotel I took stock of all that I had seen and heard from my guide.Cities are always,I believe,the wrong way to judge the people.City dwellers are in the melting pot that dictates policies to the rest ...
Towards the end of the wedding were a few fireworks and traditional music and dancing from Venezuela. Everyone donned silly party hats, like one's you wear on New Year's eve and suddenly everyone jumped to their feet and started crazy dancing it was wonderful and so much fun. The next morning my feet were a little tired after my night of dancing but what wonderful memories and something I really will never forget.
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... This has been offered as an explanation for why rates of violent crime have drastically increased without being resolved.
Jewish life in Caracas
Being the big Jew that I am, I love a bit of diaspora tourism. On my first full day in Caracas I was taken to El Centro Hebraica, the centre of Jewish life in the city. It was basically a heavily fortified luxury Jewish ghetto, complete with schools, synagogue, pool, cafè, library, ...
... oil tanker sitting at anchor just off the coast. St Lucia it was not.
More than ready to get back to the airport, we were picked up by grumpy driver once more and arrived with ample time to spare. We sat in the departure lounge with faces glued to the windows waiting for our Iberia-sponsored rescue plane to land. We were by now very excited about getting home, seeing our family, friends, and Nan, ...
... Renee´s is, and, after a early night we ventured out into the city.
Caracas is an interesting town. We´ve taken in the sights - including Simon Bolivar´s birthplace - and done a bit of walking around the city. Thanks to the very Baghdad like ´Green-Orange-Red' map that Renee memorised before we arrived we´re aware of the places not to walk around, and the places that ...