Posada Neya

Vía al páramo, Merida, Andes, 5116, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Couchsurfing in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes


... re just not as prejudiced as Colombians or Ecuadorians. The main staples of food here are arepas, made of fried cornmeal or dry wheat, black beans and rice, and carne machada (shredded beef). We also ate some delicious sushi (twice), and Meline and Camilo's yummy cooking as well.

Mérida was a nice introduction to Venezuela. We can tell right away we're going to like this country.

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A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... sitting on school chairs, us at the back. The discussion was like you might expect at any neighbourhood meeting - people voicing their concerns and semi-order and the chair guiding as much as he could but getting stick too! Paul used to live in the area and despaired of the irrelevancies, characters saying all sorts of things that they said at every meeting! I understood most of it, including one lady talking very strongly about her neighbour who parked in the middle ...

Start of the Andes

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant


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While we were in the zoo we could hear loud bangs going off. The animals din´t seem to mind too much. When we left we walked straight into a small town feista.

The feista was in celebration of San Benito - many of the locals had blacked faces and were dressed in red and yellow.

The bangs were from ...

Merida and Los LLanos

A travel blog entry by james.tash


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On our second day in Los Llanos alter breakfast we set off to the river, this time to do some Piranha fishing. Unfortunately we both didn´t have much luck. The hooks seemed quite big and generally the piranha took the bait (fat) off the hook. We felt constant little tugs of the line and may have not been quick enough when whipping it back to the bank which was the required technique. Tash caught a small fish and the best James did was to catch a large ...

Hills and More Hills

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul


... we had some ups, and some downs, and more ups. I am uber-thankful I decided to bring proper cycling attire on this trip. We passed countless pastures, tree covered mountains and waterfalls; but the best part was all the farm animals that just happened to be alongside the road - cows, horses, donkeys, chickens -- no fences, no problem. Maybe Venezuela will corner the market in free-range ...


This hotel, located on VĂ­a al páramo, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), Parque Beethoven, and Museum of Science and Technology.
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