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... So we carefully, indeed very carefully, choose our taxi. As many of the more salubrious taxis seem to be here, our selection proves to be some enourmous Dodge van come Hummer affair, and looks like it could even be armoured. The doors close with a worring yet reassuring thunk. If we are attacked, it will take a while for our assailants to get us. If we are being kidnapped, we have no hope, and its 'bye bye, cruel World'! Whatever happens next is in the hands of (the) ...
... and the boarding pass and you will get a 24 hour access code and password to the internet. Enter it on your wireless device and you are good to go. The speed of the internet is not as fast as like in the US, although it is good enough to do some basic browsing of the internet and check email. Don't expect to stream videos and movies online, it's too slow for that and it will take forever.
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... very good at!!
Grab my bag, ignore all the cries for taxis and set off on a walk. Surprisingly I head the right direction and after twenty minutes am at the subway stop. It's the equivalent of 10 US cents for one ride and I'm lucky that the place I want to stay at is a stop that connects two different lines.
Now this is where people might read and think, oh my isn't Caracas dangerous, why is he catching the subway? ...
... coffee here is different too. It is more like expresso. You typically get little cups.
Then it was home and we stopped at one of Ana's neighbours condo for some tea. The tea was very sweet. The locals typically put a lot of sugar in their coffee and tea. I usually get a look or two when I say I want my coffee sola (black - without sugar).
Then, it was time to reapply some makeup and head ...
... back ride with Joe's cousins Kira and Driadi. After a lovely couple of days up the mountain with the family we set off for a week on the coast and the national park.
Morrocoy National Park is a seaside / lagoon / island based park with beautiful beaches and wildlife. Our base for the week was Tucacas, a drab and uninspiring town to jump off from. We stayed in Joe's aunt's mum's flat there, and spent a day on the beach, a day in a colonial Unesco Heritage site town called ...