Posada Roquelusa

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

Quito - Ecuador

A travel blog entry by adventure_megs on Sep 29, 2015

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... I found it most enjoyable. We did a touch of shopping and had some lunch before deciding we could tick the box. We then headed for Pululahua which is a small town about a $5 cab ride away from Mitad del Mundo. This was a recommendation of the same people we booked Galápagos through. Wholly wow. We arrived up there about 2.30pm and were instantly speechless. This place is a little town nestled into the crater of a dormant volcano. It ...

Quito - Ecuador

A travel blog entry by adventure_megs on Sep 28, 2015

35 photos

... of aluminium that sits on the hill top at a lazy 3000 meters above sea level. The Galápagos travel agent said not to walk up there as it's unsafe in parts for women so we decided on the hop on hop off bus. Not before an amusing incident at the pharmacy. Liz still looking for some sudafed goes in and tries saying sudafed whilst rubbing underneath her eye. I'm looking at her thinking, what on earth is she doing, the lady is blankly staring at her. She looked like ...

Quito - Ecuador

A travel blog entry by adventure_megs on Sep 21, 2015

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... sorted right up until home. We headed out to dinner after this. Another thunder storm had come over and power appeared to be out on most of our block, and at the restaurant we planned to have dinner at. So we walked a few blocks and ended up at Tony Romas for dinner and a couple of drinks. I enjoyed a beer native to Ecuador, Ballesta, it was nice although quite wheaty. But nice all the same. Our Spanish certainly hasn't improved much but we've mostly been able to get by, ...

Random thoughts

A travel blog entry by julieashley on Sep 02, 2015

1 comment

... out throat..... But like drinking straight lemon juice. It's still my favourite cocktail.
As we took off I looked out over the snow covered peaks of the Andes. Our flight flew parallel these impenetrable mountains for some time. They are like an ancient backbone arching along the country. I remembered my first flight all the way along the length of Chile following their jagged peaks. When you come from the flattest continent on earth, I find them both fascinating and daunting.


A travel blog entry by alexliz on Aug 30, 2015

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... was excited to see something that wasn't the typical South American scrambled eggs and white bread with instant coffee. After everyone was out the door taking off to Chuchilan, Sigchos or back to Latcunga, by 9am, we had until 1pm to do what we wanted. By 1pm, Gladys and David (who were married unbeknownst to us at the beginning) would go home to greet the kids after school, until they came back in time to cook dinner. In our free time we would typically start off ...