Hotel El Teleferico
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Back in Merida for a few nights to catch up on the lost sleep at the lightning lake. For the first time I've seen the negative side of the election, with lots of vandalism of the Chavez posters, remains of burnt out tyres etc. Given the very close election >0.5% the place is much calmer than I expected. Nevertheless the central plaza is full of campaigners.
I had to laugh when I saw the dog with the purple paw. When you vote here your finger is dipped in ink, to stop you ...
We rose early to take a 'spin' to 3000m; the starting point of our hike in La Culata National Park. The trail rises to 4680m but we were gonna see how far we could get in our 8 hour window.
Perhaps if the fitness levels were higher we could've managed more than 3800m but the going was tough and the air thin. Even the wall ...
... after a junkie who stole his DJ equipment) and others. Inevitably, we got onto the subject of women; his tone changed to a regrettable one, one I've heard before, when people refer to the downfall of societies, property bubbles and X-factor. Then the bombshell - Venezuela is the plastic surgery capital of the world! Flicking through the pages of my mind, thumbing through the guide book; nope, no mention of fake boobs. In his deep voice ...
-Spend time with my family
-Be Happy & Satisfied
-Write a Film
-Learn a musical instrument
-Find some quality time with the F-Bomb (Fabyan)!
-Be able to find the time to accomplish my goals and the things I don’t have the time to do (write, learn an instrument)
-I expect that we will have many fun and wondrous times, though I know that we ...
... get one inkling of negativity when I told them I was an American. They were more happy to hear that I gave their country a chance and didn’t care one way or another about American politics. If you get into baseball talk with these folks though-- you better not have much to do for about 20 minutes, as every person I spoke with was passionate about their players (many of whom are major leaguers) and their teams. I love baseball, so that was alright with me.