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... to tackle Caracas and anything Venezuela could throw at me and with a stiff back and my head up,I headed to the airport to connect with Caracas via Cartagena and Bogota.
First and foremost,when I landed at Simon Bolivar International Airport in Caracas,my luggage had also turned up on the luggage belt,I took this as a good sign and immediately felt upbeat.I had also had a good conversation with a Venezuelan businessman,living in Orlando and out for five days to do ...
Week three is in Caracas, Venezuela! I came here by airplane. Although while I was here, I encountered problems with their president who is named Hugo Chavez. He is now more of a dictator as opposed to being a president. He was very controlling and has been in office way longer than should've been allowed. I had heard many bad things about him but nothing irritated me more than the fact that his ...
... 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 ...
... the airport no worries which was the first step then we got a cab, we were on a roll, something was bound to happen but nothing yet thank god. The taxi ride was an experience, our driver nearly crashed about 4 times, half were at fault of his own and the rest because of other people driving like him. I was expecting to be hijacked at any moment so it was a pretty ride, but this was all built up on other peoples perceptions that Venezuela ...
... and the BBC news. The BBC reported that the Vice President has asked people to go to the main Bolivar Square where we were this morning. Seems a bit late in the evening to me, but perhaps itīs early for Venezuela and it probably means that he doesnīt expect people to be working tomorrow.
About 60 motorbikes just went hooting down the street we can see, I guess on their way to the square. Thereīll be a lot of mourning, a lot rousing calls to continue ...
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