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The first thing to note is that there is a growing disenchantment amongst supporters of “Chavism”,Maduro is clinging on to power but it will take the vote box to bring him down.The reason why Chavism has not been brought down is that the opposition is not organised enough and although there has been massive street protests,they lack proper cohesion.Maduro operates “soft” repression,ie he is conscious that to maintain power he must not start ...
... again, she was really keen. The bus ride back to the traino after was interesting, all the oldies from the tour got the bus with us so they looked after us and asked us heaps of questions as they don't get many tourists, i cant speak highly enough of the people here in Venezuela, they are so nice.
After the museum we went to the cable car but i will write about that later as i need to get ready to hit the town and take in some more boobies
... Bolivar, before finally arriving to Puerto Ordaz, where I am now. My friend Jose (CSer, as always), who I met in the amazing New Year's trip at Morrocoy, was kind enough to even pick me up at the bus terminal in his car and is hosting me in his beautiful home.
Tomorrow we'll hang out a bit and see my next steps for Roraima, and he might even come along! I hope so, we'll see... That's it for today, exhausted... Got here around 9pm or so...
... intuition, and we changed a small amout of money with him. It was all good.
Not all black market money is fake. So, instead of getting the banks normal rate of 5 Boliveras for 1 Euro, we were able to get 9. Iīm not entirely sure how the black market works, or why, but we were happy to get one over the system. Joseph led us to a taxi, and driver. He came with us too, for the 30 min drive to our hostal, Altamira, in ...
... to get out 4000 bolivares, 600pounds) we were told we couldnīt get out the amount we needed from the cashier, and there was a 150pound limit on the ATM! When getting the cash from the ATM James thought his card had been blocked as he couldnīt withdraw that limit, so we had a mad dash to find a phone to call Natwest before our coach at 1pm! After failing to use a calling card and being dismissed from a phone shop, eventually a ...