Hotel Guaparo Inn

Address: Av. Universidad, Naguanagua, Central Venezuela, 2005, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Universidad, Naguanagua.
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      Still drunk..

      A travel blog entry by buckwonder on Feb 19, 2010

      ... on the beach we had some tomales for lunch and spent the day swimming - bodysurfing - recovering.. at 3 we left the beach back to the hostel put some things away and went off to our local buddies house where we finnished our beers from the night before and puff.. we found our sleves hungry and ready a meal so we went to our hostel ...

      Willie´s wonky chocolate farm

      A travel blog entry by bencameron on Nov 27, 2009

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      ... and gave him the present. He invited me for lunch with his family the next day which was great – he was a really friendly guy and it was cool to chill out by his pool and eat some tasty local food.

      One afternoon I caught a boat to the nearby town, Chuao, which was a small but pretty fishing town also with cacao farms, and strolled around. Before leaving Choroni I organised my next trip with a local tourist agent which I was very excited about, a 3 day trip to Angel ...

      Beaches and Bikinis

      A travel blog entry by ochavez79 on Aug 14, 2009

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      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 ...

      Fulfilled

      A travel blog entry by calkeebler on Aug 14, 2009

      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 ...

      Paradise found

      A travel blog entry by calkeebler on Aug 13, 2009

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      after a nice stop in Macuto, nearthe airport, we made our way yesterday to Parque Nacional Morrocoy, where theyhave tons of gorgous island beaches. today took a boat out to a close one,and itwas gorgeous. this keyboard sucks... but more later. hopefully some pictures, as the computers are far beyond africaquality, other than the keyboards. everyone has been very nice andgenerous and the water is soooo blue. loving it.

      besos

      sarah
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