Hotel Suite Caribe

Av. Salom No 21, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

A funny thing about a paddle!

A travel blog entry by iancurtis


... to the airport. We are packing a paddle. The paddle, it transpires, has had an adventure all of its own! When we bought him, we were told such totems, removed from the people of the Canoe in the Orinoco, could prove to have bad luck. We checked to make sure we would be able to ship him back to the UK with Brendan, the tour leader. No problem! Well, problem, actually! We were unable to find ANY company in Venezuela able to ship it back for us, except for one...and I am ...

Keeping Safe In Caracas.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

This is a top pick!

... USA 7 times). Yes, they are beautiful, busty, tall, and just simply stunning. Our limited contact with Venezuelan women also makes us think they also have nice personalities too!

Next it is off to Angel Falls, Venezuela’s draw card destination and the highest waterfall in the world. It is an expedition which will see us travelling in boats, hiking, and overnighting in hammocks.

Footnote: Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas is UNESCO World Heritage ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow


... They would always check our passport entry stamp to be sure we were legal.

Sometimes, however, everyone had to get off the bus and line up in rows of men and women. When this happened, it was possible that your ID was checked, or you had to also retrieve your luggage from the storage area and it would be thoroughly searched. Since this was also done by young men, we discovered that the further back in line you are, the more they lose interest in doing the job ...

Fire Caracas

A travel blog entry by leehakner

... I using the today´s mid-market conversion? Predictably, when I thrust it at one of the officials as I passed through Customs, I was given a shrug of the shoulders and waved on.

I´d been given the impression from accounts online that the Simón Bolivar International Airport was a chaotic place where you´d need to be on your guard for scams and shady characters as soon as you arrived. This I didn´t find. It might have helped that I´d ...

Day 2 in Caracas - who said the food here was bad?

A travel blog entry by lexysiepel


... with anyone where I have to atempt to speak spanish
'What the hell am I doing here' moment: Aiport customs!!
Most useful item: Dollars! should have brough more
Most useless item: Fleece
Most useful Spanish phrase: Muchas gracias (at least I can be polite!)
Tan Status (0-10): - 0 surprisingly for me I have no tan yet, need to get a move on so I blend in a bit more!

Chao xx



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