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VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/TOURISTS
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June 04, 2015
Argentine Juan Suso (R), 31, and his wife pose for a picture on a sandbar in the shallow sea at the archipelago...
LOS ROQUES, Venezuela
Argentine Suso, 31, and his wife pose for a picture on a sandbar in the shallow sea at the archipelago...
Argentine Juan Suso (R), 31, and his wife pose for a picture on a sandbar in the shallow sea at the archipelago of Los Roques May 29, 2015. Fears of being kidnapped or not finding toilet-paper are not much of an incentive for a holiday in Venezuela. Yet hardy travelers undeterred by the tales - real and exaggerated - of crime and shortages are finding the South American nation an absurdly cheap destination. That is thanks to exchange controls skewing the economy in favor of anyone with foreign cash, meaning you can hire a boat to a Caribbean island for $15 a day, or trek through Andean mountains or Amazon jungle for a week, with porters, at $125. Picture taken on May 29, 2015. To match Feature VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/TOURISTS REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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