Posada Bequeve

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

Santiago to Quito

A travel blog entry by jennyontheroad on Jun 04, 2015

Flight departing Santiago 8.55 am so 6.20 departure from the hotel. Got completely organised the night before, and yes I remembered to clear the safe and had my phone set to the correct time. Was absolutely bushed after my long day on the road, but slept really well and woke feeling normal, for better or worse! Airport experience fine. LAN Airlines efficient, although I had been advised that leg from Lima ...

Reality Check

A travel blog entry by slesane on May 31, 2015

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Last night I cried myself to sleep. It was such a humbling experience to walk into my house for the next few 3 months. Norma is my 28 year old host mom. She has 3 kids; 2 boys and a girl. The oldest son's name is Jonathan. Then there's Edison and Areli. We stay on the first floor of a 3 story house. When you walk into the house on your left is a sheet that separates my parents' room from the living room. On the right lies a TV, two single ...

A Day At The Equator

A travel blog entry by s_vanderwolf on May 17, 2015

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... that it was mostly the Haida people who had totem poles. I was also surprised at how some of the Indigenous people buried their dead. They put them in a fetal position to return them to Mother Earth. We finished our morning tour with a very delicious traditional Ecuadorian potato soup. It was very good. Now we are back at our hotel and Papa is still hunting down his suitcase. I think he gave up, because he went out to buy some clothes at a shopping ...

Mindo, the cloud forest

A travel blog entry by kayna on May 16, 2015

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... took the tarabita back over the valley and enjoyed the view of the clouds rolling in over the hills. We asked the staff to call us a taxi, when a very friendly couple offered to drive us to town because they were going that way. We got chatting and found out about them and their multinational and rather complicated lives. They were genuinely nice people.

After getting back to Mindo, we decided to go to a hummingbird place just down the ...

Reunited at Quito and heading north

A travel blog entry by goldsack on May 15, 2015

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... strong in Peru and Ecuador. Churches every where!
I also learnt that : Flowers, after oil are one of Ecuador's main export commodities - many go to the Netherlands to maintain their markets! Ecuadorians are pretty good at getting rid of Presidents they don't like - by many means. The current president has not taken up residence in the palace, and our guide thought it was probably a wise move!

No more time for sight seeing as its time to ...