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Friday, July 24, 2009

Gran Sabana, Venezuela highlights

Here we are getting ready for our two-day adventure in the Gran Sabana, a large savannah-like region in Southern Venezuela. We started off at this lovely lookout point.

Our day 1 guide was "crazy" Ricardo, who actually went to high school in Jackson Heights, Queens! Here he is pulling me behind a waterfall. I am wearing his had to keep the water out of my eyes.
Me swimming in a pool at the base of one of the beautiful falls he led us to.
A secret falls Ricardo took us to. Such a beautiful spot.
More falls, over a huge slab of semiprecious red jasper stone.


  1. Hm, this was actually posted by me, not Andy, just for the record. Also, it's kind of truncated because we posted it in our last five minutes of internet time in Brazil. But, the Gran Sabana was beautiful and our guides were excellent. Definitely one of the biggest highlights of Venezuela, and of the trip so far.

  2. You guys are doing great. Way crazy. I Can't take any more peanut butter. I loved it once every 4 years. This starts to make my stomach turn. When you guys come back you can fry up some ants for us. GL