Posada Gremary

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


    A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... raw fruits, veggies, and grains for sale. I also bought some tomate de árbol (tree tomato...sort of a weird fruit reminiscent of a tomato and cantaloupe?) from the fruit stand. For breakfast we got this potato and collard greens dish ($.75), for snack we got a piece of blackberry pie ($1.25), and for lunch we got a fig and cheese sandwich ($1). All in all, some great bargains and a super fun morning. In the afternoon, we headed to the nearby Peguche waterfall. It ...

    Arrived in Quito

    A travel blog entry by betsyg on Jul 18, 2014

    2 photos

    ... about 16 hours travelling, we reached our luxurious hotel. Immediately when we arrived I collapsed on to the bed and ordered room service. The time in Quito was about 7 pm but it was about 1 am in England. I ate a cheese and ham toasty and fell immediately asleep. The next morning I woke at about 6 am and went downstairs for a delicious buffet breakfast. I had ...

    DAY 2: Wet & Wild Encounters (Santa Fe)

    A travel blog entry by hopskipandajane on Jul 08, 2014

    18 photos

    ... of us as the seals were, which is to say not really at all.

    After working up a sweat (more from the sun beating down than our heart rates getting up) we got our first opportunity (of many!) to swim with the sea lions. An experience that began with excited anticipation as we perched on the side of the dinghy also soon included some sharp intakes of snorkel breath as we found ourselves literally “mask to whiskers” with ...

    Taste Buds

    A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 03, 2014

    ... the Central Bank museum. It explained the history of the banking system in Ecuador and throughout what was becoming South America. Not exactly my favorite stop, but I'm glad I checked it out. I then took a taxi up winding cobbled streets to reach Pancillo (little bread loaf). So named because of its rounded shape. It provided panoramic views of Quito and helped me understand the layout a bit more. This is ...

    Day 53

    A travel blog entry by tsundy on May 04, 2014

    ... t deter him much. Driving here is cray too. Hostel wasn't bad at all. In fact it was pretty good for 33usd for the three of us for one night! I had a cold shower - as this place is really hot. My hair dried on its own due to the heat. Did a little bit of Galapagos planning. I attempted to repack my bag so it would have more space. I see things will be troublesome until I can send some **** home. Then It was travelpod time followed by ...