Eurobuilding Hotel and Suites Caracas
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Waiting... I think that's been the primary feature of the last 36 hours. Several hours in the desolation of Terminal 5 in Heathrow, some broken sleep on the flight to Madrid and finally to the long-awaited flight to Caracas... Delayed on the tarmac by one hour, no biggie...
I expected to catch up all that lost sleep on Madrid-Caracas. Alas, it was not to be so. I don't care how comfortable airline seats are suppose to be; sitting upright is not the natural position for sleep for ...
... a Jonah for us.. So here we are. Stranded without hotel, without Bolivars and without plan, in the city we have been told to avoid like the proverbial plague! And all because of Paddle! Paddle, however, has his excess baggage fare paid and gets to accompany Kim back to the UK. We, however, spend a day of trying to get onto the waitlist for successive flights to Columbia, fail dismally, as it would appear our bribe is not as substantial as other customers', and finally ...
... learned of their diplomatic posting in 2007. Rick is an old friend from my time interning in Burundi (a tiny African nation next to Rwanda) and his beautiful wife, Kathrin, is from Germany.
Despite the failures of the "Bolivarian Revolution" and poor security situation (crime has increased 67% since Chavez took office in 1998), I was given the royal treatment by my hosts. They provided me with a private room in their ...
... was kind enough to let me store my bags at his house on the mainland and let me buy him a few beers before flight no.1 of 4.
This marathon journey home of at least 14 hours in the air and far too many more in airports got me thinking about the 'ins' and 'outs' of my trip. So here are the stats and the facts:
Place I was most bitten by Mosquitos: ...
In short the rest of Venezuela.
We spent the second part of Venezuela visiting Joe's family in Caracas and going up the coast to see Morrocoy National Park.
We flew into Caracas on a busy Friday night and were picked up and taken to a hotel Joe's uncle and aunt had booked for us. They had said something about it being up a mountain so we were expecting some steep winding roads, but Oh My Goodness! Our driver put the car into Low Range and off we went, higher and higher ...