Travel Blogs from Porlamar
... br> about the beaches around, and he suggested Zaragoza, good ...
... or fish (you won't get much more information than that, but the meat is usually stewed pork and the fish varies but we had shark a couple of times). They're filling enough to leave you stuffed for most of the day, but there are loads of food options in Juangriego, from roadside snacks like cake or empanadas to beachfront restaurants selling more high end fayre.
From here we went north to Cardon. We were actually out in Margarita to run ...
... I´d reccomend a trip there, if only for a day.
The one thing about Margarita, which i didnt expect, apart from the rain, was that there were´nt too many tourist, or backpackers. Which, if you want peace and tranquility, it was perfect. But after 4 or 5 days in, it got a little tedious. But once we moved to a 3rd hostel for a last 3 days, called casa rosa, up north, in the ´party´ area of the island it ...
... the streets were full of sewage water and there really was no beach. It was 5 hours from Puerto la Cruz. they told me it was one hour and everything is always late in south America. I wish I could get used to that, but I hate it. If they say something is 2 hours, it is really 4 or 5 and it throws off your whole day if you listen to someone around here. These people also wondered why I was ...
... the shop, into the house with two chicken legs he had produced to us with a flourish. Twenty minutes later he reappeared with the shop owner and they bustled about finding crates to use as tables, cutlery and napkins for us before bringing out our food – fried chicken, banana, onions and rice. We started eating, being watched avidly by the two men who responded well to thumbs up; as we ate, the family began emerging from around the corner. The apparent patriarch ...
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