Hotel Guaparo Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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after going to bed at 4.30 i woke promply at 10 am, head spining and hung over.. my brittish mates wanted to walk to a secluded beach about a half hour from town.. **** that -- i went to the much closer playa grande and met up with my spanish friends i spent the day sleeping in the sun -- just recovering. at 2ish i went back to the spanyards ...
... and surrounded by the mountains we had just driven through. Quite impressive, and also with much better waves than Cayo Sombrero.
About in the middle of the beach is a sign reading "Welcome to Paradise", which is a reasonable claim methinks. As I said Sunday was very busy, but on Monday it was like a completely different town and beach. The beach was about 20% as full as it had been the day before and a lot of the eateries that lined the walk from the village to the beach ...
... man appeared and opened the gate for a car which was just leaving. He thought it was funny that I had climbed over as the gate was not actually locked, only made to look as if it was. He was not Juan, but a government park keeper who took us to the building, pointed to some chairs on a balcony and said that Juan, who had the keys, would be back at 5pm. It was only 2pm, so we ate our lunch, left our stuff on the balcony and went for a walk in the forest. This ...
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 ...