The origin plan was to stay over night at Pedro's place (a small cabin at 3200 masl), but since we descened earlier we will have time enough to go back
to Merida instead. Rumors says that Pedro is a distant relative to the first man who climbed Pico Bolivar (the first ascent was done by the german
Franz Weiss, and the normal route 'Ruta Weiss' was named after him). Below Pedro's place, the landscape have
and other cavities that make this area a little bit hard no navigate through. And below there is a nice, a little claustrophobic and narrow
The path are partly in a old and, at the moment, dry river bed - so the today tip is to stay away during heavy and rapid rainfall that can create a
dangerous stream of water. At last, we reached Mucunutan and rested before the jeep picked us up. On the way to Merida the young driver wanted to
show his skills, and he drive on the wrong side of the road (oncoming traffic), intercepted smaller cars and make overtake if traffic jam - and no
seatbelt available in the jeep!