Playa Grande Caribe Hotel & Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are starting to embarrass the continent,they simply have not kept up with the changes and the politic of “Chavism” ,which does like most socialist ideology,have good intent ,has become outdated for an emerging continent determined to put its stamp on the world.I will explain later as succinctly as possible the politic of Hugo Chavez and how his continued policies have brought about this sorry state of affairs.The situation in Venezuela is far too complex to describe in ...
... not let me even enter the country until I payed $100 to have some special vaccine. I had to pay this money upfront at the airport and I had to be given the vaccine in the airport as well. This made me feel very unsafe and I also questioned whether that vaccine was from a reliable source.
About one fifth of Venezuela's population lives in this city alone. Venezuela is a landlocked country known ...
... that only the real driver would know. We didn´t have a lot to go on but he had the telephone number of Andri´s aunty. So we would ask him to ring it when we got there and if he got it right then that would be fine. The only problem I could foresee is if the driver got hit over the head, his clothes and his mobile phone taken and Andri´s aunty was saved in contacts as Andri´s aunty. That would be incredibly bad luck but then we would just ask Andri's aunty ...
... the call to wear the red-yellow-blue colours of the Venezuelan flag, but following the flow of crowds, we found a red cap for me and badges for us both to be more comfortably sympathetic. Although we weren´t the only ones to forget or not bother, our lack of colour was lost in a sea of flags and T-shirts and banners and headscarves that converged on the street where the procession was slowly passing. Lots of people were walking, that made it into a long ...
During my stay in Caracas, Marlys took me to see the little town (its a quiet village) of El Hatillo. It was nice to get out of the city into somewhere with a slower pace. Ate better food here, getting more comfortable with my surroundings. A horse randomly ran up the street at one point. Venezuela is full of these strange things.