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PEACE VILLAGES FOUNDATION (FUNDACION ALDEAS DE PAZ)

Tuesday, 16 Dec 2008 | Views [4600]

I met with Manfred Mönnighoff in a café in Santa Elena. He drove me with his 6 year old daughter Nilaya, twenty minutes up a bumpy dirt road, through some beautiful emerald hills, to Foundation Peace Villages. It was a short but fantastic trip, full ... Read more >


LOCA WOMAN IN SANTA ELENA

Sunday, 14 Dec 2008 | Views [2269]

From dead dogs on the sides of the roads, to Iguanas and monkeys in trees, to long conversations with crazy people in the streets, I can say that my time in Venezuela has been quite interesting. I spent about four days in Puerto Ordaz- Cuidad Guayana ... Read more >

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CHAVEZ SPEAKS WHILE KIDS DIE OF CANCER

Wednesday, 10 Dec 2008 | Views [957]

Cumana was a great place to visit, as it was full of life and had some pretty nice beaches. I spent 60 Bolivares and about 8 hours getting there. I was very surprised… happy, when the taxi driver stopped on the way to my friend Milagros` (her name ... Read more >


LIVING WITH A HITCH-HIKER

Wednesday, 3 Dec 2008 | Views [1193]

It´s really just hit me how politically intense and dangerous this country really is.   As I was leaving San Cristobal on the bus, while being video´d in my seat (as they do here and in many other Latin American countries for security reasons), everybody ... Read more >


UNI´S VIEWS, AND POLITICAL FIESTAS

Tuesday, 25 Nov 2008 | Views [1036]

I arrived in San Cristobal and was picked up by Rodolfo, a young university student. After arriving at his house and meeting his mother, father, sister, and other family members (and given my own room with a private bathroom). Rodolfo showed me around ... Read more >


Gallery: VENEZUELA

Tuesday, 25 Nov 2008 | Photo Gallery


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