Hotel La Terraza
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All the petrol stations near the border have either sold out or have massive queues as everyone comes over from Columbia to fill up/smuggle in petrol – Venezuela has so much it sells it for .07 cents a litre – we put 50+ litres in the tank and it cost 1/8 of a US$!
On the way back to Puerto Concha, saw 2 lots of dolphins and howler monkeys, plus a huge number of other ...
... previous. We grab a coffee and some pastries to warm the cockles and go to explore the lake and countryside; not for long though, Spanish lessons beckon. We linger long enough to take some photos and learn about the most common plant at this altitude; one that takes 400 years to reach maturity!
The hours it takes to return to Merida slip away, a pristine sandstone castle is cause for pause and coffee; the panorama of ...
... Coast (Namibia)
-All go diving together off the Coast of Queensland (Australia)
-enjoy life and my family
-travel and see new things
-not get stressed
-we stay together and work things out
-we are careful with money
-Fab has some time to do his homework (and get ready for Gr 12)
-we are committed and don’t pull back at last minute
... red eyes shining back at you. We spotted a bunch, but were unsuccessful in our attempts to catch any. Probably a blessing in disguise. As we got back, the lightning started to go off and progressively got better. It was cool to see, but I think my expectations ruined it as it wasn’t as spectacular as I hoped.
The next morning we took a long river boat trip to a town called El Congo which resides entirely on the water. It was a little surreal, and frankly weird to ...
... 943;α δεν ήταν αυτό που ανάμεν 45;! Ήταν ενα παλιό λεωφορ 49;ίο, γεμάτο κόσμο και κατασκ 72;τεινο τις ...