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Travel Blogs from Porlamar
... br> We decided to check out another beach, hopefully something ...
... up and lively every day by 6am. See them dragging huge barracuda or shark from their boats, or catch one guy filleting and cleaning fish and chucking the remains over his shoulder to a huge pelican sitting there reaping the benefits.
There are some lovely beaches around Juangriego, although the main one is nothing to write home about. Try La Caribe, just a 15 min walk away, for a less working beach feel. There is a decent shopping ...
... 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. ...
... told me it is extremely dangerous. My hotel was too dangerous and they told me to just stay the night with them, so I did. that was very nice of them. They had an extra bedroom with no one staying in it.
The people I stayed with had to wake up early for a swimming competition and I thanked them and was gone. i did not want to be on the island ...
... town, then went to the local beer shop. The very friendly owner, a gnarled and very short man, graciously invited us to sit outside his shop on chairs he produced from around the side of the shop. As we sat, Glenn and I became aware that the owner had kicked his daughter and her son off the chairs, and the remaining people were sat ignoring us, though not in an unfriendly way. A little later, as dusk was falling more families took to sitting outside their houses, ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking