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11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

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... We were then dropped off at the house of Alan, the guide. We left our excess bags at Alan's and set off with Vladimir and Alan to get our tour companion, Diane, from the airport. On the way we stopped at a farmers' market by the side of the motorway to get some veg for the village where we were to be staying (they live in stilt houses on Lake Maracaibo and can't get decent veg like onions, carrots and potatoes). Alan pointed out a farmer who was identical to the ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by tomascollins

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... for the teleferico (the cable car; once the longest in the world, at 12km and rising to a bizillion feet - don't quote me on that. To be opened sometime in 2013; if the lads working there do anything besides cango-hammer and wolf-whistle).

Strolling without a map is easy as the streets are organised in avenues and calle's (streets) and numbered in the American grid-style; they are mostly narrow, with few road-markings and a web of telephone ...

Venezuela

A travel blog entry by pimpc

... We placated them and moved on before they thought we were pals. We sat at the bus station for a good while just waiting, and then one of toothless drunk friends from the restaurant appeared and started screaming to us and everyone else, “LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS y VENEZUELA SON AMIGOS!!!!!!!”, (U.S. and Venezuela are friends!!!!!). It was definitely humorous, but equally annoying and we anticipated his eventual departure. He finally left and then on cue, a group of ...

Last days in Colombia - Going to Merida, Venezuela

A travel blog entry by upvoulns

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... 956;ικρή πόλη μέσα στα βουνά στην οποία θα περάσω τις επόμεν 49;ς δυο βδομάδ 49;ς μαθαίν 59;ντας Ισπανι ...

Ven, a country devoid of backpackers

A travel blog entry by treacyjames

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... We couldn't go drinking as there were elections on in Ven at the time and it was illegal to sell drink on the 5 days leading up to them!

Trying to investigate what happened to our bags was really frustrating with the language barrier. Anyway, 6 days into the trip, our bags finally arrived and we left on the ferry to Peurto de la Cruz where we arrived late and had an earlyish night. It sorta felt like the holiday was about to begin any minute ...

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