Hotel Ole Caribe
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- Swimming pool
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... Palo Verde), with some very out of Caracas towns. Along the way, you get some really impressive views of the VAST areas of “ranchos” (shanty towns) and the incredible contrast of the richer, more affluent Caraqueños, and the extremely poor, who rob electricity, barely get by, etc. I was told that Caracas has the world’s largest shanty town; so large that it’s divided in up to about 16 or 17 different areas.
Later on in the evening ...
... fellow travellers, I did eventually board the correct aircraft. As I have 3 more flights from Caracas airport, I am looking forward to more rounds of "gate roulette". Venezuela is a captivating, intriguing, stunningly beautiful and intensely infuriating country! Take the exchange rate, for example, there's an official rate of around 4 Bolivars to the dollar and a grey economy rate of around 7.5 Bolivars to the dollar. The mood of the Venezuelans I've met, ...
... somewhere before it went dark. The owners were Italian and told us not to be outside in Caracas after the sun went down. We happily got some water, sweets and had a couple of Arepas (pita bread type thing stuffed with whatever takes your fancy....in my case sausages and chicken salad) on the street for about a £1 each. It depends what exchange rate you use! We were working on 8 Bolivares Fuertes (B.F.) because that was the exchange rate we got in the last couple of places when we ...
... the local cards work. So be prepared when you go for Venezuela: bring a lot of cash euros and/dollars to change on the blackmarket :)
The second day, our bag will arrive late in the afternoon and we hope to catch a nightbus after that to Ciudad Bolivar. We arrive early in the afternoon at the airport and wait there. Our 'amigo' finds us again. And we speak of our plans. We walk around with him for little over an hour to find a flight to Peru or Bolivia. ...
... completely new. And then askes for our paper ticket. We have none, we booked via Internet. We have some print-out that mentions the flights from Schiphol to Caracas and back though. We show him that and he takes it. Then he starts telling us that we're a day late. I remind him of the strike a day earlier and that we were put on this flight. Then he finally checks his computer, and we are indeed on the flight to caracas on the 5th. We are allowed to enter the ...