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31st July 2012
what it's like to be new
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i want to live where soul meets body and let the sun wrap it's arms around me and bathe my skin in water cool and cleansing and feel, feel what it's like to be new
say what you want about venezuela, but it's a pretty connected country when it comes to the internet. so far i've only failed to update the site due to a power cut, a trip to the isolated los llanos, a day travelling, a night in a sex hotel and an unplanned stopover in caripe. and the speed is pretty decent as well - far better than bolivian standards which i feared before i travelled here. even where i took this, in the tiny beach village of santa fe, i had a strong connection. according to a report last year over a third of the country is online and venezuela ranked number 5 in the use of twitter. impressive statistics. i anticipate a few days of downtime coming up as tomorrow i'm hopefully going to be visiting angel falls in the canaima national park. i actually read that it's possible to get online in the park, however if it's ok with you i think i'll spend my time looking at waterfalls and mountains instead of a computer screen. if my camera doesn't get too wet then it will be worth it in the longrun.

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31/07/2012
what it's like to be new
say what you want about venezuela, but it's a pretty connected country when it comes to the internet. so far i've only failed to update the site due to a power cut, a trip to the isolated los llanos, a day travelling, a night in a sex hotel and an unplanned stopover in caripe. and the speed is pretty decent as well - far better than bolivian standards which i feared before i travelled here. even where i took this, in the tiny beach village of santa fe, i had a strong connection. according to a report last year over a third of the country is online and venezuela ranked number 5 in the use of twitter. impressive statistics. i anticipate a few days of downtime coming up as tomorrow i'm hopefully going to be visiting angel falls in the canaima national park. i actually read that it's possible to get online in the park, however if it's ok with you i think i'll spend my time looking at waterfalls and mountains instead of a computer screen. if my camera doesn't get too wet then it will be worth it in the longrun.

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