Posada Roquelusa

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

... We were expecting to go later in the week, but we quickly rearranged our plans, did laundry and decided to leave that night. We still did go to Plaza Foch (known as the gringo party spot) to watch the game. We sat on an outdoor patio and there was a super fun atmosphere. We ended up making friends with some Ecuadorians, Russians, a Venezuelan, and more. We stayed there after the game and then rushed back to the hostel to catch the 10:45 pm night bus. The bus was a ...

Grooving Gringas

A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 12, 2014

... Quito. The spread of this city continues to amaze as does the beauty. We soaked in the sights before heading back to Old Town and the restaurant that was home to Abbe's favorite Mocochino. We both ordered ceviche de palma (palm hearts), and aguacate (avocado). A wonderful meal. We our now at Hotel Quito having just met travel partners who will be traveling to the Galapagos. It appears like a diverse group. We are meeting for dinner and then to bed. Tomorrow will be an early, busy ...

DAY 2: Wet & Wild Encounters (Santa Fe)

A travel blog entry by hopskipandajane on Jul 08, 2014

18 photos

... absolute stars of this snorkelling show.

Back on board for a quick motor to Black Turtle Cove we slowly cruised the mangrove lined waterways spotting Golden Cow Rays and Green Sea Turtles - little beaks intermittently breaching the surface as they came up for air. With the motors off and the dinghy drivers perched on the bow with wooden paddles we went quietly, unobserved by these graceful, gliding creatures. Our first full day finished as ...

Taste Buds

A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 03, 2014

... so had to run to catch up with my group. The tour included stops at the banquet room (the largest room in the palace), his chapel, and the yellow room where he signs important documents. The palace is divided into two identical courtyards. One side is for government business, the for the president and his family. The courtyards are open and appear to provide a sense of elegance and calm. In the ...

Day 52

A travel blog entry by tsundy on May 03, 2014

... Caught metro for 25c to Ofelia. Caught bus for no extra cost from here to middle of earth. Impressive statue. Weather got hot. I refused to take pics with it. Walked around. Saw some llamas. Walked through all the gift shops. Bought some souvenirs. Ring for mage and headband for her maybe. Had to find Rach and Ash. Once found we had lunch. I had camerones with garlic sauce, rice, salad and fried bananas. Was delish. Tried ...