Villa El Griego
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... who immediately priced 2 shaded lounge chairs. Gustav explained ...
... that they’re entitled to just take some.
Anyway, I know what you're thinking - do I work for the tourist board? Nah, whinge over, we did have some laughs. We started off staying in Juangriego (about Ģ10 or 120 bolivars in a taxi from the airport) with mad Michael, a buoyant northern Irish bloke who knows loads about the island and is a great host. Juangriego itself is a small fishing village, they have an excellent fish market ...
... we stayed at was run by a Oliver Reed stylee, northern irish man, in his mid 50īs. with his substantially younger Venezualan wife, and there 2 year old kid. It was a nice, relaxed hostal, with an intriguing talking parrot, who never refused to yield excessent wolf whistles every morning.
We stayed 3 days at this hostal, using it as a base to travel a few Kmīs to the local beaches and fishing villages. ...
... flight to Tobago.
So home at last. And I think we can all say that while the trip was yet another adventure for the Finney’s……there is no place like Tobago aka Home.
We thinking our next trip will either be Aruba or Barbados’s. We just want to finish up our Scuba course first.
Till our next chapter in our adventure
Mike, Lona and ...
We were quite pleased to leave Ciudad Bolivar in the morning. A mix of excitement to get to the island and hope that we woudnt stand out a much there i think.
It was four hour ferry ride from Peurto La cruz and we managed to get there for 8pm.
The posada was beautiful!
German and Russian run, it had comfortable sized rooms with hot water!
There was a big kitchen for us to use, a ...