Hotel Guaparo Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... makings for some hotdogs and he took me to his friends house where they made the guaropita we bought a bottle made from lemon and went back to angels house where we chilled out and made the biggest hot dog i ever ate, while drinking guaropita we told travel stories and listened to good music... tired from the night before i retired to my room at 8ish ...
The first stop in our "official" tour through Venezuela was the beach town of Puerto Colombia. We arrived here after a few hours of very twisty roads. We`re traveling in a rather large "truck" (with space for twenty odd people, their bags, camping equiptment and kitchen supplies for all), and as a result, we took up most of the one lane road. There were many ...
... floors missing. Several rooms were occupied by rather large bats; weird to see them shooting through a corridor in broad daylight.
Juan let us use his kitchen and provided us with information about the park. He advised us to put the food in a steel cupboard in the kitchen rather than keep it in our room as we would be sure to be visited by ratos (rats)! He told us that he is a technician/jack of all trades, and has been working at the place for 20 ...
So, we spent the last couple of days in Chichiriviche by the ocean side at a "posada" (hostel) called Morena's Place. Carlos, the dueño, was extremely friendly and lent us a cooler and snorkel gear to take to the keys.
On day one we hopped on a small boat with a Venezuelan family to Cayo Sal with our cooler full of bread, cheese, and of course some rum! The family refused to let us pay for the ride and the abuelita ...
Man, I wish I could upload some pictures at this internet cafe, but they don't have a reader. Do me a favor and google Cayo Sombrero, Venezuela. After being there, I have now accomplished pretty much everything I ever wanted out of life. I can't even tell you how long I have been looking for the bluest water, and I think I found it.
Chichiriviche is a cool lttle beach town, with a long boardwalk ...