If you buy arepas, and a jugo or cafe maron, at the local gas station and restaurant they can be taken to the plaza where shade trees provide some cover from the sun. I liked looking at the mission and the local dilapidated adobe homes. If heading toward Cabruta from here, it's all Los Llanos, no pueblos or even gas stations. Even Cabruta is not much.
There's a ferry that comes and goes during the day between Cabruta and Caicara. As I recall the last one leaves Cabruta around 3pm, but the actual departure time may have been later. For those driving from Chaguaramas to Cabruta, hoping to catch the ferry to Caicara, it's highly recommended that arrival be earlier rather than later. There were no...more
Given the ample time of perhaps an hour or two, waiting ferry passengers easily strike up a conversation. While Belinda learned a little more about the road from Caicara to Puerto Ayacucho, I sought the opportunity to take photographs of children playing in the water. These images also provide the viewer an idea of what the traffic looks like for...more