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Travel Blogs from El Yaque
... br> calmer than Playa El Agua for Maja (almost 4). We asked a ...
The first thing you see in Margarita (apart from perhaps plumped lips at the airport) is the sheer amount of vultures, and if you go to the beach in the morning, you'll see a sea of jellyfish that have been washed up overnight. The irony wasn't lost on us that the two most prominent creatures there are either circling, waiting to feed off you, or sting you, as that's pretty much how we felt about the majority of the island's inhabitants.
... after, we´d been on Margarita for 9 days, a few days too long, to be honest, we took our plane back to Caracas. DONT FORGOT THE EXIT TAX FROM MARGARITA. We didnt account for it, and didnt have money to pay it, (we had used all our Bolivaras up, as we didnt need it in Ecuador).and the atm´s in Venezuela are not the easiest to obtain money. You need a ID number aswell as your normal pin. After dashing about the ...
... flight to Tobago.
So home at last. And I think we can all say that while the trip was yet another adventure for the Finney’s……there is no place like Tobago aka Home.
We thinking our next trip will either be Aruba or Barbados’s. We just want to finish up our Scuba course first.
Till our next chapter in our adventure
Mike, Lona and ...
... pool and a big courtyard.
After a good nights rest we set off to the beach!
We hadnt been to one since paraty so had missed it. Playa agua you can tell straight away is the a tourist hub. Although it wasnt height of the season there were still alot of visitors there, and most of them were wealthy.
There were lots of people walking up and down the beach, which got annoying but it ...
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