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... tons of raptors – several varieties of hawks, eagles, vultures.
Took a different route back to Merida, this time through coffee plantations, to a coffee hacienda (unfortunately closed so no samples!).
Also went to a sugar cane processing place – very rustic – had to fight the wasps for a sample – really well caramelised into panela, blocks of raw sugar. Process ...
... and mountains, just as impressive on the way down. The ever-present Chavez, rust-coloured cattle on the side of the road, speed-bumps, Indian farm-hands leaning on rusty trucks and picking their noses in their straw hats, trees with soft, draping fronds umbrella the roads and I realise something - I'm in Venezuela.
More photos can be found on:
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... 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 ...
... resides on land, but they take pride in their way of life, so more power to them. We headed back through a maze of various river passages where we saw numerous birds and briefly spotted some river dolphins. All in all it was a pretty worthwhile trip with a lot of variances. We spent some more time tripping around Merida and then decided to head to our premier destination in Venezuela; Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world.
The bus journey of bus journeys was ...
... 949;ρ 53;νές ώρες. Το ταξίδι διάρκη 63;ε 7 ώρες που δεν σταμάτ 51;σα να μετράω μία προς μία.
Επιτέλ 59;υς ...