Posada Casa Las Trinitarias
Travel Blogs from El Cardon
... who immediately priced 2 shaded lounge chairs. Gustav explained ...
... land they could. Fast forward five years with a socialist government which has stopped direct flights to the island, and the smiles on the expats’ faces don’t even hide the weariness in their eyes. Margarita’s great, Margarita’s beautiful, Margarita’s paradise, they all say, whilst trying desperately to sell you their house, land, car…anything to get rid of the useless currency they’re saddled with. ...
... first week of our stay, pretty much consisted of lying on beaches.
It wasnt hot everyday, in fact, it rained about 3 days the 9 days we were on the island. Not normal, for that time of year we were told.
After, Patricks, we moved south to another hostal called Yaque motion. Where we took a boat, 15 minutes, to the paradise island of Coche. Now, this was hot, white sands, warm water, not too busy, and ...
... the day by the pool enjoying the sun
Day two- we spent touring the island with a fabulous couple that I found on Trip Advisor. They moved from the States to Margarita 11 years ago….not sure why…lol. We were lucky to have someone to talk to and to have someone to translate for us. So off to the flea market we go. OMG this was the largest flea market that I have ever seen. There had to be at ...
... a most of them could speak english so we could talk to them.
The next couple of days we spent by the beach just relaxing, but decided that we would head to mainland again after the 4th night as it was a much more holiday type place then travelers hot spot. Plus we couldnt really afford it!
We had a nice sea food dinner and cocktails on the last night and headed to Cumana in the ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking