Posada Dona Carmen

Address: Isla El Gran Roque, Los Roques National Park, Coastal Islands, Venezuela | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Isla El Gran Roque

    Reality Check

    A travel blog entry by slesane on May 31, 2015

    2 photos

    ... from the walls to the floor. I think that it's sort of underground. There's a small window that is across from the door that looks upon the alleyway next to my house. I have a wooden chest next to my full size bed. I have an old wooden desk and a green yard chair in my room. Next to my room is a room in which my 18 year old girl cousin, Anita, shares with my brothers. There are bunk beds in the room. They have a small TV. Clothes and shoes ...

    Mindo, the cloud forest

    A travel blog entry by kayna on May 16, 2015

    95 photos

    ... 19th, we went tubing in the morning. This consisted of 7 inner tubes of some kind of giant tyre lashed together in a hexagon shape. We got transport and a guide thrown in, and didn't have to wait for two more people to join us like we expected. Instead, we got dropped off at the rivers' edge, instructed on how to hold on, given hard hats and life jackets, and on we plunged into the cold fast flowing river. It was good fun. The guide would fairly ...

    Tired but happy

    A travel blog entry by sblady on May 16, 2015

    ... in the morning. In the afternoon we will go to where we can stand on the equator. We fly home tomorrow night-Quito to Lina to Los Angeles- on a red eye flight. I am looking forward to the comforts of home and I know this body will be happy not to be exposed to such extreme environments. That said, it has been worth every ...

    Reunited at Quito and heading north

    A travel blog entry by goldsack on May 15, 2015

    17 photos

    ... equatorial line. We passed through steep dry valleys, with massive retaining materials where the Panamerican road had been cut through. The rivers had cut deep gorges but cropping was still done on high plateaus. Further on the hills became more rolling with lots of cropping and many,many tunnel houses - all this horticulture at over 2500metres above sea level.
    The travel was not quick going - traffic and the windy roads keeping our speed down ...

    Sunny Sally?!

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 29, 2015

    27 photos

    ... weather remained bright and sunny as we reached the town of Papallacta, which sits at the foot of another volcano, in an area with immense underground hot springs. Our hotel was a spa complex built on top of the springs, with beautiful pools everywhere filled with boiling water pumped right out of the ground. They are deemed unique in that the water is not sulfurous, as in other hot springs, so no odor. They claim the water is drinkable -- we ...