Hotel Rasil Puerto Ordaz

Address: Centro Civico, Ciudad Guayana, Guayana Highlands, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Centro Civico, Ciudad Guayana.
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    A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on May 01, 2014

    ... passed around with some salad and eaten by hand. Gibson lived up to his reputation and brought some girls around. They all wanted to dance with the birthday gringo which was entertaining for all involved. I also attempted to chat with 4 of Terry's nieces via google translate. One was a special education teacher who added me on Facebook and took some selfies with me. The dancing and drunkenness went up a level when the beers ran out. We poured rum down our throats and ...

    Another slow day in Puerto Ordaz

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 11, 2013

    ... too much and not just going with my gut instinct which wasn't really swaying me towards going on the tour. So, I'll stay another night at Jose's place in Puerto Ordaz and then head up to Barcelona/Puerto La Cruz, in the Venezuelan Northeast Caribbean coast, in the morning.

    Parque de la Llovizna, and hanging out in P. Ordaz

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 10, 2013

    Today I slept till about 8 or so and headed out with Josť in his car to Parque de la Llovizna. It's an absolutely beautiful park with plenty of trees, birds, monkeys, waterfalls, etc. We spent a good couple of hours or so walking around and having a great time.

    Afterwards we went around the city and saw random ...

    Bus Day.... 11 hours worth

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 09, 2013

    ... responses and more help from the actual travellers, so that's fine.

    It was a bit silly since we left at 10:15am or so and then no more than two hours later (into our 11 hour trip) we stopped for lunch... aaanywho.. I had some "tostones" (or chifles, in peru... salty banana chips) and a pepsi and some chocolate for the road since I wasnt that hungry already..

    We made a couple of more stops on the way, including El Tigre ...

    Welcome to the Revolution

    A travel blog entry by upriver on May 12, 2011

    Only one hour from our destination and another landslide which had occurred overnight. A jam of semi trailers, long distance coaches, cars and trucks on both sides. A lone front end loader / scoop was slowly clearing a narrow path around a huge boulder that would need to be dynamited. The worker earned his money and two hours later we pulled into the Cucuta bus terminal, changed our remaining Colombian pesos, ...