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Travel Musings / 10.09.2013

Protests in Egypt, violence and criminality in Venezuela, nuclear contamination in Japan, sexual assaults in India and Brazil, conflicts in many Muslim countries, war in Syria, Iraq and so on. [caption id="attachment_15856" align="alignnone" width="600"] Jornada del Paro Nacional del 26 de Junio, convocado por estudiantes, mineros y portuarios - 26 de Junio del 2013. Santiago, Chile....

Travel Postcards / 14.02.2013

With its old colorful colonial houses, Ciudad Bolivar is a good option for a day trip from Puerto Ordaz (often also called Ciudad Guayana) which, apart from the Llovinza falls, is not particularly attractive. After a stroll along the streets of the old town, bordered by pastel-colored colonial houses, I headed towards the Orinoco river and...

Travel Postcards / 03.10.2010

[caption id="attachment_3843" align="alignleft" width="590"] Venezuela, Gran Sabana[/caption] One of the most remote and wild areas in Venezuela, no wonders that the Gran Sabana (The Great Savannah) is said to have inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel 'The Lost World', back in 1912. [pullquote]Remote and wild, the Gran Sabana is one of the most fascinating areas i Venezuela[/pullquote] Lying...