Posada Turistica Tabay

Address: Carretera Trasandina, Merida, Andes, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera Trasandina, Merida.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Charlotte, Houston, Panama, and Cúcuta in one day!

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Apr 11, 2014

6 comments, 5 photos

... The bag water doesn't work for me as I don't have a pitcher to pour it in. I asked about three guys for large bottles of water, and they kept showing me the same aisle. Finally, I got one guy who said to wait and he would return. I was about ready to leave and finally he came with one gallon of water. I said I would like another. I asked him where he had them, and he pointed to the back storage room. He ran back there and came out with another. I ...

A Day to Rejoice--2 Baptisms!!

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Dec 06, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... got dressed, and went to work in his shoe and clothing store. He has been working every week day since. He says, "I can eat and drink everything now. He looked like a picture of health.

When we needed to return home, Ana said that she would hail a taxi on the street as it is a main street going through town. There were a lot of taxis, but they were all occupied as they drove by. Across the street from where we were ...

11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment

... guard on the window - so small and fluffy! The lightning is so frequent and bright that it is like someone is flicking a light switch on and off over and over again. It tends to start with sheet lightning before adding some huge bolts in. It is amazing to see. Once the rain stopped at about 1.30am we went round to the back of the house to watch the horizontal forks of lightning which usually happen in the same place at the same time after a decent storm. And there they ...

Going to Venezuela

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Mar 28, 2013

5 photos

... which sold idols for the “holy season.”

For one dollar, you can get about 20 Venezuelan Bolivars, so the exchange rate is excellent. Many Colombians come to Venezuela to purchase leather goods, gasoline, and other household goods. Some entrepreneurs in Colombia, purchase gasoline in 5 gallon plastic jugs in Venezuela, and take them to Colombia and sell them along the road side. They can buy it in Venezuela and sell it ...

Day 4 -- Pamplona to Cucuta

A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Jan 27, 2013

5 photos

The morning of Day 4 began with two smaller contingents making home deliveries early in the morning. As a group we have learned that when all 15 arrive in a home, it can be an overwhelming home visit! We then set out on a bus (circa 1952--recently equipped with power steering) to visit a school designed for 57 special needs students. This building was constructed two years before after the ...