The Hotel Caracas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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"Origin of your underpants: Ireland".
"Contents of you bowel: Barely edible plane "food""
"Capital of originating country: Cork, like"
More waiting for bags but my little companion is true to her word and awaits, translates and escorts me through border, customs and awaiting grifters to my hotel transport. Fare thee well Blanca, we shall never see each other again.
The blacked out windows of a GM van-bus zip us out of the airport. Forest ...
... receptionist stiffens, looks down his now wrinkling nose and regards us with a suspicious air. Do these guests think they are comedians? We hurridly explain that we have been in the jungle for a while, grab the key, and rush off to bury ourselves into an oasis of sumptuous bliss. Ooooooh! Hot water. Crisp, white, linen sheets. Plump pillows. Enormous, welcoming and oh so comfortable bed. TV. Minibar. We don't know what to do first...shower, sleep, drink, crash and slob ...
... of trying to prove myself to the world, this year has really been about what the world has to teach me. I am slowly learning that I can't pin all my hopes of happiness to one thing, whether that be a certain job, a boyfriend, or the number of highlighted hairs on my head. Regardless of what the future holds, my current recipe for fulfillment is to appreciate the gifts I have in my life right now and stay true to my sweet, kooky ...
... I soon find the 'love' motel! It's one of those places where some people can pay by the hour to have a quick nap I guess??? I arrive, every door in Caracas has a buzzer system to get you in. At first I thought the lady was asking if I wanted the room for one hour......what by myself?? Then I thought she said it will be ready in an hour, but eventually I caught on that the room will be ready at 1pm, oh man, it was only 9am!! I was ...
... people I met: Thomas and Emanuel's family.
The happiest I have been: Isla del Pirata with Thomas.
The unhappiest I have been: Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Country I enjoyed the most: Colombia. People, love, fun.
Country I liked the least: Bolivia. Filth, danger, altitude.
Most positive lesson I learned: Is that human nature is basically good and that I am capable of patience.
Most negative lesson I learned: Really, some people are just ...