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Old 07-27-2003, 03:35 AM   #1
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hey everyone i just wanted to say hi to everyone up in north america and all over the world. i have come to my home country to spend 1 month in the island of Margarita in the caribbean, its part of venezuela. anyways.......the law here is unexistent so if you can imagine, driving here is a task that involves all of your 4 eyes ( 2 on the front and 2 on the back of your head ) and requires your extreme attention. pot holes range from basketball size to 5 foot wide and 2 ft deep holes. BUT IF YOU KNOW HOW TO DRIVE HERE YOU KNOW HOW TO DRIVE IN THE REST OF WORLD . and that is not an exageration. well to everyone i hope you all have wonderful times in your summer.

hello and bye from caracas, venezuela
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Old 07-27-2003, 01:28 PM   #2
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Hello to you too!
I know what you mean about venezuela; my father travels there for 1 month every year because his girlfriend is originally from there. I've heard many stories about the bad drivers, and non-existant laws. It sounds like a really scary place the way my father describes it, but it also sounds like it's a load of fun in the city.
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Old 07-28-2003, 01:00 AM   #3
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yes indeed this city is as good as it gets. you will never meet pple friendlier anywhere else in the world. south america is truly an amazing place. anyways as i was on my way to the city, we were riding in a renault twin or whatever and stopped at a red light when a toyota land cruiser flew by to run the light and slammed straight into a taxi. never seen anything like this happen and it happened right infront of my face..............jeesus christ u gotta be careful.

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