Travel Blogs from Merida
... just 15m away from my bed. In the 3 days I spent there with Ramon and his family, I was thrilled by the density of wild life this place has to offer. On a river tour close by there were dozens of caimans, iguanas, birds, fresh water dolphins, piranhas, capybaras and terecay turtles. Since it was dry season, all life was clustered on the limited water sources which made spotting much more easy. Compared to what I have seen in the Amazon of Brazil, this was a ...
... been extremely helpful. Lastly, I have learned that I will learn far more talking with the locals asking for directions, restaurants, etc. than I will ever learn in the classroom - the hardest part is putting yourself out there to make the mistakes and learn from them.
I have a lot more to share and I hope to be able to write 1-2 times per week during my time here!
... past-time, and fitness is encouraged but the availability of cheap surgery means that teenage girls even resort to the scalpel to "get ahead". Pretty sad huh? Also, there are frequent reports of botched, back-alley surgeries to sour the situation further. Still and all, the women here in Merida for the most are drop-dead gorgeous by any standard I have known. Fake tits and ass or no! Ha ha!
Over and out,
... I won’t feel trapped or frustrated with x or z.
-The Fear of regretting.
-Live an incredible experience, surviving one wonderful year with the 5 of you!
-our own vehicle
-visit New Zealand, Australia
-learn a water sport in warm water (wind/surf/kite)
-when we get to a nice spot, stay a while
-days when we do nothing
-learn to play something
... great things about as well. What I did see though which was great, was the highest waterfall in the world, falling from a tepui which is a flat topped sort of mountain. The tepui’s are all the way to the waterfall, and are pretty spectacular.
Fourth, the people and baseball. Venezuelans were probably the some of the funniest and kindest people I’d ever met. No one was to busy to shoot the breeze for a few minutes and what was the most refreshing was I ...