Posada Bequeve

Isla El Gran Roque, Los Roques National Park, Coastal Islands, Venezuela | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Isla El Gran Roque

Cuenca- Tuesday through Thursday

A travel blog entry by shannonandthai on Jul 29, 2014

... and sauces, all for 20 bucks. Tasted like duck, awesome experience. Cuenca is one of the most beautiful cities we've seen. Gorgeous colonial/ European buildings. It's definitely more of a city than anywhere we've been in Ecuador, everyone in business attire, lots of smog from all the cars. Thai **** his pants at the bus ...

On the move

A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 20, 2014

... who helped us transfer to our hotel in the city. Articles of clothes were quickly pulled out of suitcases. Every surface of our hotel room is draped with clothes which have been damp for too long. Having eaten airplane food and an early breakfast a few of us went in search of food. After walking for an hour or so we decided to take a taxi to Plaza Fosch. Being tired and hungry we did not wander for long in search of nourishment. We ate at ...


A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 19, 2014

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... his re-inauguration ceremony last year. We got to see many parts of the palace, including the cabinet room, the banquet room, and the yellow room (press room). It was a really enjoyable tour and made me really want to your the White House, which I guess is next to impossible to do. Later on, I wandered over to this area called La Ronda, which is like a traditional preserved neighborhood with little shops, restaurants, and artists' workshops. Later I headed back to ...

Staying with friends

A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jul 01, 2014

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... help who won't steal from you is not so easy. Spent the early afternoon watching World Cup on the big screen TV by their pool. Then we took a drive up one of the volcanoes which surround Quito and took the gondola to the top. It was much higher than we expected. The views were magnificent. Started watching soccer again because it was US versus Belgium. We lost. Then we discovered that Suzy, who is a PA like Linda (but works administrative only) was running a ...

Day 53

A travel blog entry by tsundy on May 04, 2014

... through the high mountains surrounding quito. I whiled away time listening to my ipod. Once I realised this was not the 3 hour route, I started a book - Daughter of the Flames. Not as good as I hoped it would be but not that bad either. Stopped at some rural stop around 1pm. I had an inkling before but I could see it clearly when trying to use the loo - ecuadorians are impolite - in that a line means nothing - they just push to ...