How to envision Venezuela in the next 100 years

well that is a long period of time to guess but, unless we find another way to become a developed country, we must quit the oil rent and find new ways to produce and sustain.if this happens at least in

How to envision Venezuela in the next 100 years

well that is a long period of time to guess but, unless we find another way to become a developed country, we must quit the oil rent and find new ways to produce and sustain.if this happens at least in

How to envision Venezuela in the next 100 years

well that is a long period of time to guess but, unless we find another way to become a developed country, we must quit the oil rent and find new ways to produce and sustain.if this happens at least in

How to envision Venezuela in the next 100 years

well that is a long period of time to guess but, unless we find another way to become a developed country, we must quit the oil rent and find new ways to produce and sustain.if this happens at least in

What are the chances of the US having an economic breakdown like Venezuela in the next ten years?

Like Venezuela? Extraordinarily unlikely.The proximate reason for Venezuela's collapse was its almost complete reliance on a single export, oil, and the collapse of oil prices.But that is not the ultimate reason: even when the price of an export falls, you won't get Venezuela unless

Could Brazil invade and conquer Venezuela if Jair Bolsonaro was elected and teamed up with Trump?

The Brazilian communication media has been opposing Jair Bolsonaro all the time and selling a fake image of him.Bolsonaro has been a military man in his youth and after that he has been a congress man last 27 years. By the way,

What makes Venezuelan food taste so good?

I don't think Venezuelan food tastes particularly good. For example, I don't like arepas, cachapas, casabes, cassava cake, empanadas, pasticho, perico or polenta. Most of the Venezuelan food I ever tried was pretty bland. Arepas, cachapas, Venezuelan-style empanadas and polenta actually make me pukish.Would you tell me what kind of Venezuelan food tastes nice?I can

Why is food so expensive in venezuela?

I'm a Venezuelan living in Venezuela.Venezuela is currently the cheapest country in the world...but not for most Venezuelans.The exception is those Venezuelans that have foreign savings or income, which are a few million, a holdover from the days when Venezuelans were the wealthiest Latin-Americans, plus of course the corrupt socialist elite, who are all millionaires.Therefore, food

What makes Venezuelan food taste so good?

I don't think Venezuelan food tastes particularly good. For example, I don't like arepas, cachapas, casabes, cassava cake, empanadas, pasticho, perico or polenta. Most of the Venezuelan food I ever tried was pretty bland. Arepas, cachapas, Venezuelan-style empanadas and polenta actually make me pukish.Would you tell me what kind of Venezuelan food tastes nice?I can

Why is food so expensive in venezuela?

I'm a Venezuelan living in Venezuela.Venezuela is currently the cheapest country in the world...but not for most Venezuelans.The exception is those Venezuelans that have foreign savings or income, which are a few million, a holdover from the days when Venezuelans were the wealthiest Latin-Americans, plus of course the corrupt socialist elite, who are all millionaires.Therefore, food

Is Caracas as dangerous and poor a city as it is portrayed in the media? I am considering visiting Venezuela next month.

Caracas is very dangerous, poor, well, due to the economic crisis a lot of people are poor nowadays. Right now the city does not look high-end, it's quite abandoned, lots of trash on the streets and lack of public lighting are a couple of its main

Venezuela: What are some good Venezuelan films?

A House with a View of the Sea (2001)Hermano (película) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

How dangerous is Caracas, Venezuela?

Consider these activities you normally do in any city, around the world: -Pull your cellphone out in the street, to check for directions, messages, etc.-Enjoying a movie in a local movie theater.-Taking a bus (and while on it, checking your sms, mails, social network messages, etc., on

What should I know before visiting Caracas, Venezuela?

Do not visit Venezuela. That's pretty much it. But in case you ignore that:$10 pitiful dollars are the equivalent of a whole months salary for most over there.  So you will get killed for just about any belonging,  call it a

Why does Brazil hate Venezuela?

I don't know where you heard it from, but it is not true that Brazil (or Brazilians) hate Venezuela.What some Brazilians (right-wings and some rational left-wings) don't like is the Venezuelan GOVERNMENT and we fear that the Worker's Party government would try to implement a similar regime in Brazil if they could. Actually,

What are the best restaurants in Caracas, Venezuela?

Many of the best options are actually up in the Ávila mountain in Galipán (20 min drive on a 4-wheel drive vehicle or cable car)Recoveco (gourmet, fusion between Venezuelan and European flavors)Casa Pakea (Basque)Granja Natalia (French)Il Picaccio (Italian)And down in the city:Alto (Venezuelan gourmet)Lasserre (classic French)San Pietro (Italian)Le Gourmet (European)

What are the biggest mistakes people make when visiting Venezuela?

There's only one1) Coming on their own, without the guidance of a local travel expert (like me) that knows his town and country, with whom to exchange emails and important information before arrival. This information has to do with (a) currency exchange rates, (b) crime, (c) travel planning and logistics.If you avoid that

What are the hardest adjustments to make when visiting Venezuela?

It depends a lot on:whether you will be carrying dollars or bolivars, and if you have dollars the rate you are able to get and from whom (do not do exchange at the airport, neither in exchange houses/stores nor with strangers)if you are there for leisure or workif

How was Venezuela perceived when you were young?

I lived in Caracas until 2005, and I traveled abroad on a regular basis. From my experience, the general perception of Venezuela can be divided into roughly three periods: the pre-Chávez era, the Chávez era, and the post-Chávez era.In the '90s,

Why does Caracas, Venezuela have such high property prices?

In my opinion, apartments and houses' prices are cheap compared with all the countries in the area (and even in the world). You can easily find an apartment in Caracas with 15.000~20.000 USD. Of course, living with the working class. It is one of the reasons why private

Is Venezuela a good place to visit?

Of course not.Crime is heavy. You can't go a full mile in a car without being robbed. 4 Venezuelan cities are in the Top 11 for the cities with most homicides.Also, the economy is fucked up. Electricity cuts happen often, almost always in areas not in Caracas. There's

If some Colombians carry out terror attacks against the USA in the future, would the US government invade Venezuela?

America will do what ever is required to protect it's self. Invasion is a last option. Many Options available before hand.

How safe is Caracas?

There really isn't any safe place here, only places where you are less likely to get robbed or killed. I've personally never been robbed or anything but I do have seen a couple of stuffs and many many people I know have been robbed. So, talking about areas, stay away

Is Venezuela safe for a tourist?

Is probably not the best time to be in Venezuela. I'll only recommend to people with Venezuelan family or has already been in the country and knows their way around, at the time Venezuela isn't tourist friendly, so if you really want to come

Should I visit Venezuela?

If Venezuelan girls are the reason you want to visit, then I advice you to go to Miami instead. There are plenty of hot Venezuelan women in Miami (in addition to Cuban, Colombian, etc) minus the danger of being mugged, kidnapped, or even killed.

What is it like to travel to Caracas in Venezuela?

It's like traveling anywhere else.It could be said that it is even nice to see the hills through the windows. When you travel at night it is beautiful to see all those lights on in the houses of the hills that illuminate Caracas.But like any city in Venezuela, and even more

What is it like to visit Venezuela?

Right now, it is not a safe place to visit, especially if your physical features make you easy to spot as a tourist, or a wealthy person.The economic situation has affected nearly every business, service, and attraction in the country.Poverty plus frustration (it is a very resource-rich country)

What is nightlife like in Caracas, Venezuela?

You go out at your own risk. You better stay home if you love your life.

What should a visitor not do in Caracas, Venezuela?

Answer: Stay longer than necessary. Seriously, if you need to come, stay only the absolute minimum of time that is necessary. There is a reason why most of the embassies do not allow their diplomats to take their Families with them. There is a reason why people drive armoured cars. There is a reason why people use bodyguards.

What were your impressions of visiting Venezuela?

I was there about 12 years ago and really liked it.  Venezuelan culture is very spanish, as in more influenced by Spain than by the native peoples of South America that they met when they got there.The people were really friendly and put

Where are the best hotels in Caracas, Venezuela?

I seriously do not understand why is people wanting to go to one of the most dangerous cities in the whole world. 400+ murders IN DECEMBER ONLY but oh well.I seriously suggest that if there isn't an "unable to reject" reason to visit Caracas that you look somewhere

Why is Costa Rica safer than Venezuela?

Costa Rica is the only republic in Latin America that has outlawed an Army since late 1940 s ,it has not had any major political or social unrest since. Costs Rica is developing a 21 st century technology and is currently actively bring in companies like Intel to open

Why is Mexico the most visited country in Latin America?

As others have pointed out Mexico is scenic, historic and cultural. Also as mentioned it borders the large wealthy USA. Canada is only one country away. Both have most of their populations living in cool temperate climates. When the snow falls Mexico calls!