as previously reviewed all is true , it is a great island , for camping and swimming i frequently visit , on one beach there is a clear view of Venezuela , a few tips , don't get lost !!! , i have had one experience when my friend wondered into the grave yard on his own for an unknown reason even up to now , returning hysterically running along side the cliff on the path to the cemetery claiming his glasses were taken from a woman that wore red lip stick , to my surprise while exploring the island , i came across the abandoned houses ,which are a beautiful part of history , i found a tube of red lipstick , and a box of matches , until the next day we found laying inn the very same spot both of them , there is something spooky about there i must admit , even with a crew of 12 you can feel the intense aura in the buildings , it was said by folklore that the head nun was having an affair with the priest , and when it was exposed she hanged herself in the church , its beautiful during the day , not so sure about the night lol , on another occasion what supposed to be a 5 min walk to the church turned into a 6 hr long hike through the jungle from being lost on the way , how these things happened no one knows, i have also herd there are manchineal trees but i have never seen them , but if you do please don't eat the fruit , it is deadly , other than there's also a beach where the water levels rise from knee height to waist height about 4 times before you get to the deep , there are also reef fishes at the small dock , i have not found any reefs as yet though , i rate it 10 out 0f 10 , adventure , relaxation , beauty , history , excitement all in one combo meal , if you visit please do tell of your experiences as well
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