Read Tony’s latest blog here. More adventures! Paragliding in Merida, Venezuela and then bungee jumping in San Gil, Colombia.
Today I have just done my 14th bungee jump! and before that I did a paraglide. The travels of Tony are certainly becoming exciting!!
I am now in San Gil, central north Colombia, after taking three taxis and three buses on a 22 hour long journey from Merida, Venezuela in the Andes to Colombia. I arrived around 5.30 this morning and have since bungee jumped off a small bridge over the Fonce River.
I’m now in Mérida, in the Andes, still in Venezuela. I arrived this morning, 28th November.
Now, where did I leave my last travel story… I was in Guyana, I think. Georgetown, British Guyana’s capital is a nice enough city, very hot and dry in the day. It is on the coast and it’s possible to walk through the city passing all the historical and government building as you lazily stroll down to the sea wall.
I’m about to take a night bus to Coro on the north coast of Venezuela. I should be in Coro sometime tomorrow afternoon.
Canaima National Park photo:
Tony at the Angel Falls view point after hiking and climbing 750 metres accompanied by a local guide. This the world’s highest waterfall. It is at present about 75 percent full as it is the dry season in Venezuela. Taken on the evening of 23rd November.