Marriott Venezuela Playa Grande
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Onsdag morgen var det dags å reise fra Canaima. Vi orket ikke tanke på nok en natt på nattbus - så vi fikk ordnet med en privatsjåfør som skulle kjøre oss de 100 milene til flyplassen for å komme til Carracas. Vi startet tidlig om morgenen - greit å ha en sikkerhetsmargin i forhold til tid her i Venezuela. Kjøreturen tok ca 7.5 timer, vi hadde en …
... take me directly to an agent where I paid only 1400 Bs (less than $10 US) to check my guitar and both bags and I received my boarding pass but the agent did not give it to me, she gave it to Rodrigo who again took me outside and requested his 1500.00. I had been told the previous day that the ticket would be 3000.00Bs and his commission would be 1500.00 for a total of 4500.00Bs (less than $40.00 US) so I was happy to give him his 1500 and I gave Juan 750 for his help ...
... it is 5pm,he says do not walk about at night on your own,to emphasize his point he tells me about a German business Man who was in a hotel in the same area,a week before.His arrival was noted by those that watch the hotels,he stepped out after a couple of hours to go to a nearby restaurant for dinner,he never made it,he was attacked and robbed of everything including his shoes...by gunpoint,he did not resist ,so he escaped with his life. On that note I retired to the room,welcome ...
... until the new year. What made things just that little bit better was our lack of funds. Our bank cards don't work in Venezuela, and even if they did, the rate sucks. If you ever come here bring loads of American money and change it on the black market. Bank rate, US$1 = 6 bolivias, black market rate US$1 = 60 bolivias. In the morning we woke up with renewed spirits and decided to try the bus terminals again (not ...
... flare. The focus appeared to be on quantity, not quality so $80 lighter and still starving after pushing food around for half an hour, we retreated to the room and waited for the inevitable cramps.
An annoying habit that started in Caracas and lasted well into the first month of our travels was missing out hearing the "cien" at the beginning of "cientocinquenta" (one hundred and fifty) and "cientosetenta" (one hundred and seventy). ...