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 ...
... 8220;a new beginning of Venezuelan history”.Like all dictators,Hugo Chavez wasted no time in glorifying himself across the country with huge posters,monuments and most sinister of all paintings of his eyes staring out on all high rise buildings.This is just all too depressing in the modern world and yet this cult worship of “elected” Presidents is still present in many countries .Now Maduro,has started to blend his posters in with those of Chavez and no ...
... Risherd!¨ I immediately looked down and saw it was his finger so I was half put at ease. Then he said it again, "Ric*********ly this time more forcefully. I didn't want to reply I wanted to see how this played out. No one calls me Richard I thought, (however living in Spain some people do called me risherd but deffinately no one calls me Richard) they call me Richy so it immediately put me on alert and I started to think ¨now what if that ***** at passport ...
... selling expresso sized shots at 2 Bolivars each. The journey was certainly lively, as the driver spent a lot of time on the opposite side of the road, driving into oncoming traffic and swerving at the very last moment. Given that it was raining very heavily, I wasn't holding up much hope of making it to the ranch in one piece. I am staying on a state owned (apparently soon to be re-privatised) working cattle ranch, Hato El Cedral. It's absolutely stunning, ...