Hotel Ole Caribe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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, ...
... the bridge and groom left the church to head to where the party was being held in Sante Fe district of Caracas. All the cars waited till their car left, and then honked their horns and kept the hazard lights on until we were there. All I could see from behind what the after effect. People stopping on the side of the street looking and once when the bridal car stopped at the traffic lights, the photographer and vidoecamera man jumped out of their ...
... international reputation and intervening as a mediator in Libya, than to sort out his own domestic problems. From the moment I arrived, I was reminded to be alert at all times, to not appear like a tourist, to leave valuables at home and only strategically carry around cash on different parts of my body. This will be unavoidable on long bus journeys, but in the city I've been well prepared for this unfortunate enventuality. Luckily, due to my ...
... 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 ...
... aimlessly around, attempting to casually signal to any non-official looking locals that we had hard currency to change simply with a a smile and slight roll of the eyes. It worked quite well surprisingly and when the driver eventually did turn up we had a few rates, the baggage porters quoting the most aggressive prices. Our driver was surly, demanded payment in dollars immediately, and proceeded to take us to our hotel via ...