Travel Blogs from Pampatar
... and it matched my picture of
the perfect Caribbean ...
... island is touted as the Caribbean's best kept secret. Is it because they want the island to remain untouched; for the virginal beaches to remain free from the masses, for the countryside clean of the effects of tourism, for there to always be a place for you to stay? Is it my ****. It’s because they’re too lazy to promote it. It’s someone else’s job. It’s a real shame, as the island itself IS beautiful. But the ...
... after, we´d been on Margarita for 9 days, a few days too long, to be honest, we took our plane back to Caracas. DONT FORGOT THE EXIT TAX FROM MARGARITA. We didnt account for it, and didnt have money to pay it, (we had used all our Bolivaras up, as we didnt need it in Ecuador).and the atm´s in Venezuela are not the easiest to obtain money. You need a ID number aswell as your normal pin. After dashing about the ...
... laminated numbered boarding pass. At this point we’re wondering if the numbers were our seats, or what. When in actuality its rush seating….again I’ll say OMG. I have never heard of rush seating. And what do you think three little white people had against all the Trini’s.
Unfortunately our plane was delayed and we missed our connecting flight home. But no worries, there is ...
We were quite pleased to leave Ciudad Bolivar in the morning. A mix of excitement to get to the island and hope that we woudnt stand out a much there i think.
It was four hour ferry ride from Peurto La cruz and we managed to get there for 8pm.
The posada was beautiful!
German and Russian run, it had comfortable sized rooms with hot water!
There was a big kitchen for us to use, a ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking