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... thats around 10p for a full tank of petrol!)
We also didnt expext to see as much poverty; favelas/slums dominated the mountains of Caracas. A sea of tin roofs and brightly painted walls lined the motorway and stretched in to the distance, appearing to be the most common way of living in Caracas.
If we had felt nervous driving through the city it was nothing compared to what we were in store for at Higuerote airport.
... I am getting used to seeing Maduros and Chavez's giant posters everywhere and of course the “new airport” had too massive posters of the pair self congratulating themselves with a statement saying…”Moving forward with the grand socialist ideology”....”Viva Venezuela” etc….Gerardo was telling me in the car on the way out that he and his wife will be out of the country by February next year,their son lives in Miami and is sorting ...
Our time in Caracas area (Vargas) was brief. We wake up at 5 am in order to get to the airport .....again. Our plane was fantastic. Two turbo prop and our seat was just behind the 2 pilots. Heaven... At least for me :) The flight was amazing due to the paradisiac views. Arriving in the island, we paid the entry fee and headed to our Hotel. It was cosy and nice. Right after it ...
... Magalis felt right. The price included a room with a/c, breakfast and dinner. With the price we paid, we couldn't go wrong! Food on these islands, as you can imagine, is relatively expensive. It is not, however, as expensive as it could be, since the price of gas in Venezuela is so stunningly cheap.
After settling in at Dona Magalis, we strolled around the area of town where the locals live. We scoped out a few grocery stores - we would need those for lunches ...
... have lunch. Unfortunately when I opened the cooler all I found was some bread, pasta salad and papaya fruit. I am assuming that there was a mix up and one of the Brazilians that went to another island got my lunch instead. So, I ate my papaya and hoped for the best. I don't know if you know, but papaya actually makes you go to the bathroom... #2 not #1. And, of course, the only bathrooms on the islands are in the ocean....if you get my drift. Luckily I ...