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Travel Blogs from Caracas
... behind them because the more you know about what you are getting yourself into the better. I would tell the voters to make sure that they get to know what they can about their candidates before actually voting. See if they have experience and make sure that any past experiences ended positively. Try to determine whether you think they could handle the highs and lows that go along with being president.
Written by Jessica Caldwell
... of trying to prove myself to the world, this year has really been about what the world has to teach me. I am slowly learning that I can't pin all my hopes of happiness to one thing, whether that be a certain job, a boyfriend, or the number of highlighted hairs on my head. Regardless of what the future holds, my current recipe for fulfillment is to appreciate the gifts I have in my life right now and stay true to my sweet, kooky ...
... etc. My bus to Maracaibo is at 8pm so I have around 6 hours of exploring to do and one slice of pizza to find, sob sob. I head to the subway and make my way to Plaza Bolivar. It's a pretty easy starting point, furthest west of where I want to be and that way I can walk back through a long park to make my way back to love motel. Before I got to the Plaza, I took a wrong turn out of the subway and ended up in the middle of what I ...
... people I met: Thomas and Emanuel's family.
The happiest I have been: Isla del Pirata with Thomas.
The unhappiest I have been: Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Country I enjoyed the most: Colombia. People, love, fun.
Country I liked the least: Bolivia. Filth, danger, altitude.
Most positive lesson I learned: Is that human nature is basically good and that I am capable of patience.
Most negative lesson I learned: Really, some people are just ...
So after months of strenuous preparation (not really!) the show is finally on the road. Starting right where I left off: Venezuela.
For the first few days I've been hanging around Caracas to get my dollars swapped on the "streets" (actually with an English professor during her class at the university), to meet with last year's friends and to get myself ...