The Land of Grace
Sandhya- Venezuelan Culture
Sandhya-10 necessity/survival list
- First Aid Kit- No matter where you go you're going to need your first aid kit, just in case bad luck comes around somewhere.
- Swimsuit- Venezuela has great beaches, so you might as well bring your swimsuit!
- Water- The scorching sun in Venezuela can sometimes make it hard to go sight-seeing. So water is a very important necessity.
- Shoes- The roads in some parts in Venezuela are very rocky and hard to walk in so shoes are a guaranteed necessity.
- Sunscreen- The sun in Venezuela has a lot of strong rays that can be good but at the same time they can be harmful.
Insect Repellent- The humidity in Venezuela causes a lot of insects such as mosquitos to come around. It gets very irritating, and insect repellent is the solution.
- Camera- Venezuela has a lot of beautiful places to visit, and you need to something to keep memories and a camera does the job.
Cash, ATM cards, and traveler’s checks- Even though Venezuela doesn't have the same currency as the United States, you can bring dollars to exchange for Venezuelan currency.
Binoculars- When you're in Venezuela you may go hiking and if you do this object comes in good use.
Map- If you're going to come to Venezuela for vacation you're going to have to look around and to do that you will need a map.
Molly-Ten Things To Do
1. Venezuela has many 4 and 5 star resorts with countless great reviews and said to have amazing service.
2. Venezuela has up to 43 national parks with breathtaking sights of beautiful landscapes!
3. Venezuela has 20 national monuments. For instance, the Panteon Nacional is a cemetery of Venezuelan celebrities, statues, buildings, and even ancient structures.
4. Venezuela offers camping accomodations just for tourists. The Coral Lagoon, for instance, owns beachfront cabins that can sleep up to 12 people with AC and cable TV.
5. Venezuela offers adventure tourism in mountains, coastlines, and rivers, you can kayak, canoe, surf, and go horseback-riding.
6. Venezuela is home to Angel Falls, the world's tallest waterfall. Seeing it would blow your mind.
7. Venezuela has gorgeous beaches where you can snorkel, swim, go scuba-diving, or just try to tan.
8. You can see exotic wildlife up close in Venezuela at Rancho Grande, where you can see jaguars, monkeys, herons, hummingbirds, and other amazing creatures.
9. Venezuela has ethnic festivals, like joropo dancing at parties and outdoor concerts in Los Llanos.
10. Venezuela has white-sand beaches in Parque Nacional Mohcima where you can dive, fish and see coral reefs while snorkeling.
Molly's Venezuelan History
Joseph-5 Famous People Who Live In Venezeula
- Aida Yespica was famous when she used to be the Miss Venezuela competition in 2002.
- Miguel Cabrera won his first American League home run title in 2008, then in 2011, he won his first of three straight AL batting titles.
- Jorge Linares has been a 2-time WBC Featherweight Champion, and the WBA Super Featherweight Champion from November 2008–October 2009.
- Magglio Ordonez has been a Six-time MLB All-Star who won the American League batting title in 2007 with the Detroit Tigers.
- Elvis Andrus played four seasons in the minor leagues before being named to the Texas Rangers starting lineup in 2009.
- Greivis Vásquez was born in Caracas and moved to the United States to attend high school at Montros Christian School in Rockville, Maryland in 2004.
Joseph-Economy and Current Events
Flag of Venezuela
The seven stars were added in 1836 and represent the seven provinces that supported Venezuela's independence in 1830.Yellow is a symbol of generosity. Red is a symbol of hardiness, bravery, strength & valour. Blue is a symbol of vigilance, truth, loyalty, perseverance, and justice.
Resorts In Venezuela
Venezuela has many 4 and 5 star resorts which have several great reviews and said to have amazing services. They are filled with fun things to do, and this is an image taken at night of it.
Arepas are Venezuelan flat bread. It can be made into any other dishes.