Hotel Las Lomas
Travel Blogs from Merida
... details for our three day tour with (Barbadian, not American) Alan. After calling Alan, we were approached by a teenage girl who wanted us to help us call her (internet) boyfriend's office in LA (she didn't speak English). The line was busy but she was very grateful. Then she caught up with us in the street about 1 minute later and asked to add her on Facebook. Oh the wonders of technology! Later on we stopped for a hotdog and were just chatting when a guy sharing ...
... perhaps the tastiest hot chocolate thats ever passed my lips! This is Meridan food; and it's great.
I've been welcomed as warmly as a long lost cousin, despite the language barrier it's been a special experience for me. This is the type of thing that stays with you just as much as the paragliding, bungee-jumping and rafting. Ramon's mother told me I was welcome to come to have her cooking whenever I wanted a home-cooked meal... and she was sincere..
... br> -that we come out worse than when we came in (as a family)
-too many dirty surroundings and not so great times
-to be disappointed
-to run out of money too quickly
-dive in a real diving paradise
-camp in beautiful surroundings
-canoe in calm lake with beautiful scenery around it
-horse back ride in an African safari park
-stay in a beautiful lodge overlooking a water hole filled with ...
... for us as we planned to head from Merida to Ciudad Bolivar, the jumping off point to the falls. We first had to catch a bus to Barinas and wait for our connector. This was all a little daunting as no one could give us any connecting info in Merida so we were really venturing into the unknown. The ride was a windy, yet beautiful 4 hour ride to Barinas where we discovered we had a 3 hour wait to the next bus. Not ideal, but doable. We ventured over to a food/drinking ...
... 963;α στην Βιργία όπου πήρα ένα άλλο λεωφορ 49;ίο για μια ώρα για να φτάσω στην Μέριδα. Ήμουν πολλή ...