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Travel Blogs from Punta Fijo
This was just a quick stop off on the way to Columbia. I would not recommend coming here unless you want to die of fumes, although the market was quite interesting.
Seeing as I am leaving here is a
Poem for Venezuela (mainly Caracas)
Beautiful valley full of lights,
government taken wondrous heights,
trashy cars of …
... meat markets with people selling fruits and vegetables outside. We also laughed and chatted with some old men about recent Cubs and White Sox acquisitions. Magglio Ordoñez is from Coro and as such there is a lot of enthusiasm here for the "Chicago Medias Blancas".
The highlight was a tour organized through our hostel of the Paraguaná Peninsula, including the sand dunes, in which Erik, our French hostel owner, took us by jeep for about ten hours ...
In Aruba we took a 2 1/2 - 3 hour tour. $30 a piece seemed very reasonable and there were only 18 - 20 of us. We saw several sights but the interesting part was to learn that a great portion of Aruba is desert. Most people just lanquish on a beach some where and never get the total picture of the island. I'm not saying ...
... suggestions on where to eat. The most common reply was 'The Old Fisherman', so we made our way there. We shared an appetizer of ceviche, then a main course of grilled snapper in a coconut sauce. So good!
But, still, so hot, and by the time we made it back to our ship we were absolutely beat. We could barely keep our eyes open during dinner, and were practically asleep before we got into ...
... 10 a lounge chair from a local stranger, we decided it was cheaper than paying $27 a person for a day pass at the hotel.
As it turned out, nothing unusual happened and we had an enjoyable day swimming in the crystal blue waters with a nice cool breeze. ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services