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... Thursday, to Ciudad Caríbia, one of the recently built ´socialist cities´ to house Caracas shanty town populations.
That leaves us on the beach for the last four days from next Sunday, in Choroní, from where we can leave directly to the airport on Thursday. Sorted. Sadly it means that we won´t make use of the two SERVAS people who did come up trumps and offer us places to stay in Caracas for the last nights, but we´re both very happy with the revised ...
... station. It´s an office of the national TV, rather than a regional station. She explained the difficulties of keeping a professional journalistic attitude when politics were polarised. Opposition politicians tend to distrust public TV, while pro-government politicians try to tell her what to ask. She was very clear and strong, loves her work. There is also a local public-funded community TV channel with its own editorial line. Nationally, there are five ...
... 600m higher to end at La Laguna Verde, about a five hour walk. In such a beautiful location, one would not expect livestock. Low & behold, the raucous MOOOOOO of cattle.
a la orden
Returned from Pico Humboldt. Waiting to meet up with Annerys, Apollo, and Vanessa for dinner.
Humboldt was quite the trip. The rainforest is amazing and pictures will never do ...
... I´ve got a mandolin I´ll be sorted for all my musical needs! It´s also good because el profesor and most of the others, bar one American who goes, speak Spanish and I´ve not a clue what they´re saying half the time, so it´s definitely helping improve my Spanish and music vocabulary. I asked who funds the centre since everything is free, and el profesor said "ni universidad, ni gobierno, es del pueblo" (neither university nor government, it´s of the ...
... as it’s the most popular team and to see if we could avoid a robbery, but the schedule didn’t allow it. Tourists don’t come here, so we were a novelty and had a blast heckling the Leones supporters. The game was a close one and won by the Tigres in the bottom of the 9th. Classic. The fans even rushed the field for a regular season game. Talk about passion.
The next day we headed to Valencia for the weekend to see a few more games, one of which against the ...