Posada Restaurante Rosa Montana

Merida, Andes, Venezuela | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... street and then about dogs, ending by holding up a little handbag to show how good she is - ´This is where I put my dogs faeces´!

Some people criticised the community elected leaders for not having sorted it out before, others criticised the police for not acting on complaints. Generally it was clear that at least some of the licenses wouldn´t be renewed. Two police were there, and reported their version but also got applause for saying ´Look, the ...

Induction to Venezuela

A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... tired and they came twenty minutes before the pizza. Or maybe they really were the best; especially the coconut one.

A power cut, so back to where we´re staying by the light of passing car headlights. It´s the apartment of Zulay who lives there with her daughter Geraldin. She has three spare rooms, one for a young Venezuelan lad, one for Rohan (Supriyo and Jane´s son from Ilkley who is learning Spanish here and plans to stay at least nine months, ...

Never Again!

A travel blog entry by giant-midget


From Puerto Colombia i got the over night bus all the way to Merdia, which took approx (14hrs) i was contemplating a stop over at Core which is an old colonial town, but in the end decided to travel straight through to Merdia. To add a little adventure in my life!! i would soon find out you can have to much adverture in your life!! lol

I checked into the Guamanchi hostel, as they are recomended in lonely planet and the ...

Merida and Los LLanos

A travel blog entry by james.tash


... frustration. The horses were obviously only used to doing this route and following a leader. It would have been nice to have had someone find out who in the group was experienced and which horses were compatible for them. This with Tasha´s disapointment on the first night were the only complaints we had.

In the afternoon James did some filming around camp and alter lunch we set out on the jeep to find a bigger Anaconda and more animals. Along the way we ...

Hills and More Hills

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul


... br> After breaking my bike and taking Jenn's as a replacement (she was more than happy to donate it to the cause), I made it up the final uphill. A 3km, serious climb – and at 3,000 metres it was tough. Back at the Posada, we enjoyed a delicious meal and some wine. Then we headed to the town square, just in time to hear the final song in an outdoor concert put on by the local band.


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