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Früh aufstehen, denn beim Tourveranstalter gab es um halb sieben am Morgen Frühstück. Von dort aus fuhr ich mit dem Taxi zum Flughafen von Ciudad Bolivar. Zu fünft (2 junge Paare aus Caracas und ich) bestiegen wir das kleine Flugzeug, dass uns nach Canaima bringen sollte. Nach einer Stunde Flug erreichten wir wohlbehalten den Flughafen von Canaima. Von dort per Bus zum Camp des Tourenanbieter wo wir unsere Zimmer beziehen konnten. Wir das heißt ...
After waiting for a bus for five hours at Puerto La Cruz bus terminal and a five hour bus ride we arrived at Cuidad Bolivar. We had not booked a posada to stay in but had found one on the internet and luckily they had a room for us. The decor and service at the Don Carlos is fantastic, the posada is decorated with old antique furniture from Germany and Venezuela. My favourite piece being an old singer machine. The posada is located ...
Everyone had headed to the hammocks early, but many, like me, couldn't settle –the whole hut shook if someone readjusted heavily. There was some giggling, snoring etc too so didn’t have a great night, despite the earplugs.
The Pemon guides, who also double as chefs, were up at 5am to get breakfast going – homemade arepas (corn paste patties – do taste better than they sound, though still not sure ...
... beer – failed miserably on both fronts – the supermarket shelves were half empty – ended up with crackers, cream cheese and a cucumber!
The elusive Polar beer, called black apparently (though in brown bottles) because it is a darker beer – having never poured it in a glass wasn’t aware of the colour, only that it tasted the best, remained so! Had to slum it with some icy Ice and settled into a hammock to ...
Up for breakfast at 6am to be ready for our transport to the airport for flights to Angel Falls. At 7am the nine of us going piled into the back of a Land Cruiser for the 30 minute trip to the airport. In front of the departures area we saw the plane 'Angel' crashed at the falls before walking his family out to safety. The usual luggage screening took place, with a distinctly South American style. Much of the screening equipment, ...