InterContinental Tamanaco Caracas
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... we arrive for our next flight exactly 88 minutes before it departs. Unfortunately, we are stoicly informed by an unmovable and unsympathetic check in clerk, international flight check in closes 90 minutes prior to departure, the desk is closed, and its not my problem if your electronic ticket makes no mention of this requirement whatsoever....its your problem, not mine, and you are not getting onto your flight! Hmm...something about Paddle is proving to be a ...
... the cowboys play traditional Venezuelan cowboy music. Jesus Contreras, the 8 year old son of one of the Venezuelan couples, is a singer of this type of music. He's even sung for Chavez and the Vice-President. In fact his holiday on this ranch was a present from Chavez. After dinner each night, when Jesus and his Father took to the floor, the Russians and the other Venezuelan guests had long scooted off to bed, it was just me, Jesus' Mum and the guide in the ...
... little prayer I said helped:-)
Later we stopped for a Coca frio. It was filled with coconut water. Ana says this is very good for your digestion and health generally.
Later we stopped for lunch at a restaurant along the sea. It was beautiful, but pricy. Two juice, two fish dishes and two coffees cost $84. This time my credit card worked!!
It was a lovely ...
... I walked through and bought a double scoop of pear and some flavor I couldn't translate.
World Cup football was the dominant force in Caracas and it was no different in Merida. Most of my mornings and afternoons were filled watching matches at the restaurants near my hotel. I watched the US team defeat Algeria in extra time to advance in one of Merida's most popular bars. The patrons got a real kick out of me cheering because everyone, myself included, thought for sure ...
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 ...