InterContinental Tamanaco Caracas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to the airport. We are packing a paddle. The paddle, it transpires, has had an adventure all of its own! When we bought him, we were told such totems, removed from the people of the Canoe in the Orinoco, could prove to have bad luck. We checked to make sure we would be able to ship him back to the UK with Brendan, the tour leader. No problem! Well, problem, actually! We were unable to find ANY company in Venezuela able to ship it back for us, except for one...and I am ...
... USA 7 times). Yes, they are beautiful, busty, tall, and just simply stunning. Our limited contact with Venezuelan women also makes us think they also have nice personalities too!
Next it is off to Angel Falls, Venezuela’s draw card destination and the highest waterfall in the world. It is an expedition which will see us travelling in boats, hiking, and overnighting in hammocks.
Footnote: Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas is UNESCO World Heritage ...
... of Venezuela's independence from Spanish rule and so the main plaza and surrounding streets were decorated with red, yellow and blue banners. We didn't see a single other tourist in the two days we spent in Caracas. The bad reputation seems to put a lot of people off visiting Venezuela entirely and most of the people we've met in South America were either ...
... with anyone where I have to atempt to speak spanish
'What the hell am I doing here' moment: Aiport customs!!
Most useful item: Dollars! should have brough more
Most useless item: Fleece
Most useful Spanish phrase: Muchas gracias (at least I can be polite!)
Tan Status (0-10): - 0 surprisingly for me I have no tan yet, need to get a move on so I blend in a bit more!
... it in time. He had to get the papers cleared before the flight boarded at 4pm. At 3:15, a woman told me to follow her. We went back to immigration, and I thought I was free. Then I panicked that I was just going down to get my passport, which they had confiscated, so that I could get on the flight. Thankfully, my passport was stamped and I was set free. I caught a taxi to the boatyard and was finally safe.
Then began my boating adventure. ...