Playa Grande Caribe Hotel & Marina
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... get treated badly even by your own kind (they wasn't really any other kind of person to treat you any other way, they were all latin american) and if you are white you can do no wrong. My cheerfulness quickly turned to worry as we were called to board for the next part of our trip.
We hopped on the flight to Venezuela and sat back in our fake leather seats. I looked around to see what sort of people would be flying to Caracas. Venezuelans it turned out ...
... straight onto the plan. The flight only lasted 10min no more. Once in Trinidad, we had 5 hours to kill in the airport, so we tried sleeping on some chairs, got a little bit in but not much, it was freaking freezing. Once the clock struck three we were able to check our bags in. Once we did that we got some breakfast, we had a choice of fried chicken or fried chicken, the only choices we had was of 5 different fried chicken shops all in ...
... and 240 Bolivares. I opted for the 20 bolivares-more fare (about 1 usd at the black market rate when I travelled) to get a comfier seat and it definitely was comfier than others I’d had before since there were only 3 seats per row (Versus the usual 4 seats per row). However, the one time I didn’t bring prepared with arm clothes, I half froze to death with the super cold air conditioning on the bus, be ...
... Ana Karina's friend, who I ended up staying, since she lived a bit closer to the airport, and we all stayed there that night. I say we all, because she also hosted a really friend Brazilian couchsurfer, Marcus, and Ana Karina. But before that, we all went out dancing until about 3am. And then we had to get up around 6 or 7am so Geraldine could go to work the next day, which will be described in my next entry.
... sound blasting in my ears for about 3 hours, we finally start to decend to land in Simon Bolivar International Airport in Venezuela. I was stunned to see that this airport was right next to a huge mountain range. Towards one side of the runway lies a busy hustling city and the other side of the runway ends with the ocean. And towards one side of the airport lies a mountain range and the other side the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility