Hotel El Teleferico
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... cows, various bird species, iguanas, caimans and capybaras on the side of the roads and occasional fires. After a pick up in the village and by then almost 12 hours of travelling I arrived at the camp. The place was nothing more than the home of Ramon, his wife and his 2 kids. Despite having capacity for a larger group of travelers, I was the only guest there and would spend the next days with this Cowboy family. None of them spoke a word of English which ...
... my ordering method currently consists of finger pointing, I try everything and look it up later - it is working just fine!
3. NEVER STOP ASKING (in Spanish). The people of Mérida are generally very friendly and helpful with directions, bus routes, menu or language questions. Also, the Venezuelan students I go to school with want to learn English as much as we want to learn Spanish, so ...
... 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 ...
... and it would seem that he is maybe semi-deserving of some credit for that alone.
Third, the amazing wildlife and biodiversity that permeates throughout the country. The Amazon and Los Llanos are teeming with anacondas, piranhas, crocodiles and innumerous bird species. I didn’t make it to either unfortunately, but the reputation is fantastic. There are tropical beaches and islands galore, and even a mini Sahara desert, also none of which I got a chance to see, but ...