Playa Grande Caribe Hotel & Marina
Travel Blogs from Catia La Mar
... 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 ...
... can do no wrong in America. That wasn't the same case for Andri.
We had 7 hours to kill in Miami so we bought some perfume. It seems that the people working at the airport, all of whom were from Latin America, were lovely people until they didnīt get your commission and they took an immediate disliking to you. It didnīt take long for people to start treating Andri like a second class citizen, for example when she went through passport control (but ...
... 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 ...
... a good communicator during the past fifteen years of the government, using oil money to fund pro-poor projects, and involving everyone in taking charge of the changes, and winning election after election - not huge majorities but nonetheless in the face of virulent anti-socialist rhetoric from Venezuelan business and most of the media and the USA.
Brenda said the same as Paul - that the main change is in peopleīs minds, which she said is a change that will ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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