Hello! I had the opportunity to return to Cucuta, Colombia, this time by Ureña and cross the International Bridge Francisco by Paula Santander. There's not much difference from the Simon Bolivar International Bridge. Although traffic is heavy, it's intense. But the skill and ability of drivers overcomes these drawbacks. Cucuta can be reached by two ways: San Antonio and Ureña. In the Customs, you don't waste much time as almost all travelers are allowed through, almost without control.
It´s a unique experience to see this big rock that makes up a large mountainous landscape! When you get there, you should certainly go up to the top. You can do it by car or, as I did, on foot! It is simply amazing to reach the summit of this mountain of stone and admire the scenery. If you are in the area, don´t miss this opportunity to pump adrenaline and be a part of nature!
Hello to all those that are interested in my great experience. It was very good, I went with a group of friends where I live to visit a village called the herd of the virgin that is situated just a few kilometers away from the city of San Cristobal. I very much enjoyed the experience and there where these crops where they grow pineapples which are huge. What I liked most is how they grow those pineapples and they have to make a huge effort to walk a long distance to collect them. I admire it a lot.. From there they take them to different parts of Venezuela and the most important thing is the exportation. I really would like to thank everyone, I wanted to share this experience with all of you.
We went on the boat early to see the herd of dolphins, it is very difficult to capture images because they are very fast, but my friend managed to film a little. Beautiful creatures, They reminded me of Flipper, and that they were only there. Venezuela also has these beautiful dolphins! They come in droves as if they were in military formation.
The famous bridge over Lake Maracaibo, connecting the two sides at the lake's narrowest point. It connects the city of Maracaibo with the rest of the country, and is the 52nd-largest of its kind in the world.
Pekin is a small town just 30 minutes from Puerto La Cruz. It's magnificent for adventure tourism. The entire road is lined with waters fed by natural springs. The people are warm and very kind. Nearby there's an inn called "Milk and Honey" which is a perfect place to rest. I recommend taking a walk at least two days, but any less and you won't enjoy the scenery. There are small pools of sulfurous waters that are a delight. Dare yourself to get more information.