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... thats around 10p for a full tank of petrol!)
We also didnt expext to see as much poverty; favelas/slums dominated the mountains of Caracas. A sea of tin roofs and brightly painted walls lined the motorway and stretched in to the distance, appearing to be the most common way of living in Caracas.
If we had felt nervous driving through the city it was nothing compared to what we were in store for at Higuerote airport.
... br> My first day ,well half a day is spent having a stroll around to get my bearings,which took all of thirty minutes at which point I donned my swimming shorts and headed out to a little private spot between several moored boats.The pousada has no safe in the room and even though the staff look like good people I just can't take the risk of leaving passport and dollars in the room not locked up,so I have to lug them around with me,which also means I have to choose a spot on ...
... our last foreign money into bolivares Fracos. It was not easy to find a good rate but we managed to get a better deal than the Hotel. Since we got late in the archipelago, the tours already gone. So we just took a boat to the island of Madrisky. It was a stuning beach. White sand paradise style. One of the best. We snorkeled and got to the mail island to relax have dinner and ...
... we would never try on hard ground. We lounged for awhile on our chairs and then, getting restless, decided to explore the island. Like most islands in the archipelago, this one had a healthy population of conch, which meant a multitude of bleached, empty shells on inhabited islands and live ones in the water around these more remote places. We found a few live ones and moved them to safer areas where they were less likely to be discovered by opportunists willing to ...
... and white sand beaches, and see pink flamingos and sea turtles.
My favorite island was Cayo de Agua that includes two islands connected with a thin piece of land. Cayo de Agua is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in my life! The sand, the water and the sun were all perfect that day! "Paradise must be something like Cayo de Agua!"
The most indulging was that the tour in the islands included umbrellas and chairs for the sun, and cooler ...