JW Marriott Hotel Caracas
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... Ana Karina's friend, who I ended up staying, since she lived a bit closer to the airport, and we all stayed there that night. I say we all, because she also hosted a really friend Brazilian couchsurfer, Marcus, and Ana Karina. But before that, we all went out dancing until about 3am. And then we had to get up around 6 or 7am so Geraldine could go to work the next day, which will be described in my next entry.
... to confess the one, and only, and single company that could handle it was, indeed, DHL! However, in our unemployed state the USD 300 price tage proved too rich for a USD 8 paddle. So, just before boarding our Angel Falls taxi, instead of posting Paddle as planned, we handed him back to our 'handler' to deliver it all the way back to our beachside lodge so we could implement 'Plan B' on our return. He dutifully handed him back to the lodge housekeeper, Kaitlin, who ...
We arrived in Venezuela's capital two days before our flight to Brazil - just enough time to see what the city had to offer. Most of the sights in the centre of Caracas were somehow related to Simon Bolivar, a Venezuelan who was largely responsible for not only the independence of Venezuela but much of the rest of South America as well. It also happens to be the 200 ...
When we buy tickets to take the bus to Caracas centre, we get warnings at the airport to watch out and definitely not to go out after dark. We get these warnings again on the bus from fellow passengers. In Caracas we go into the subway immediately, which is probably the safest way to travel around Caracas (according to our guidebook).
... had free wi-fi, and thank ******** checked his facebook. Also, thank GOD the flight to Caracas was four hours away. Me and another guy who were being deported were taken up to wait for our flights. When I got up to go to the bathroom, the "guard" got up and came with me. Apparently he had to keep us in sight at all times. Except when he was falling asleep in the chair, I guess. So at this point I didn't know if Adam was coming or ...