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Travel Blogs from Playa el Agua
... and it matched my picture of
the perfect Caribbean ...
... one story of being held up at gunpoint, and stories of murders were prevalent. We made the mistake of being on El Agua for the afternoon, and when our restaurant started cleaning down at 6pm and we left, we walked out onto a deserted street, all the bars had closed, that all of a sudden became pretty shady.
Running the restaurant was fun, but trying. Staff just don't turn up. We had a huge launch party for the restaurant, with local ...
... we stayed at was run by a Oliver Reed stylee, northern irish man, in his mid 50īs. with his substantially younger Venezualan wife, and there 2 year old kid. It was a nice, relaxed hostal, with an intriguing talking parrot, who never refused to yield excessent wolf whistles every morning.
We stayed 3 days at this hostal, using it as a base to travel a few Kmīs to the local beaches and fishing villages. ...
... 8217;t get any better. Took a cool boat ride thru the mangroves and we held a red star fish, saw a Daddy sea horse and all his babies and went down many canels. This was amazing, well worth the $200 Bolivars.
Day three- started out on the beach, and then moved to poolside by noon. That was the day…reading and enjoying the sun. It’s a tough life…lol
Day four- was our travel ...
We were quite pleased to leave Ciudad Bolivar in the morning. A mix of excitement to get to the island and hope that we woudnt stand out a much there i think.
It was four hour ferry ride from Peurto La cruz and we managed to get there for 8pm.
The posada was beautiful!
German and Russian run, it had comfortable sized rooms with hot water!
There was a big kitchen for us to use, a ...