Isla Caribe Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Margarita Island
I knew as soon as I saw the website for the school on Margarita Island it was the place for me! Despite the political unrest and the recession here in Venezuela my purpose is still clear and the possibilities are endless....at the very least I can obtain online students who will pay me in US dollars that can be exchanged at a rate of about 175 Venezuelan Bolivars ...
... He seemed to know also exactly where the birds would be and took us to a white Heron who fishing on one of the little islands and to a blue Heron who patiently posed for us while we took photos. They must be used to tourists and were not perturbed by us clicking away. Ashore we spotted an iguana and lots of little crabs making their way out of the mangrove. There was nice little market nearby where I purchased a lovely pink ...
... t know if it keeps underemployed sailmakers in business or they just recycle them from decommissioned boats?! Pleasant beach, but nothing to write a blog about!
While waiting for a taxi back, got a lift from Almando, a friendly parejo (sarong) salesman and part time guide, back to Playa la Galera, a lovely protected crescent of sand really good for swimming as no waves. Nabbed another palm tree ...
... don’t need to go to Porlamar – take the public bus that leaves on the hour (or slightly earlier!!), every hour during the day, to the main highway (7 bsf) where you can get a collective minibus direct to Juangriego terminal (10bsf). From there a collective taxi from stand 14, labelled La Galera will, for 6 bsf, get you to Hotel Patrick, though it is actually not far and if you knew where you were, ...
The water was lovely and not too lumpy, despite the wind, for swimming. Strolling from the hotel along the beach was more challenging as the immediate beach bordering the lagoon was dirty & glass strewn. Then there were several more baylets to cross, each with its own challenges, be they being built up to the waters edge, guarded by vicious dogs, with mucky creeks to cross or ...