Survival Venezuela

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Survival Guide Electric Rationing in Venezuela

In the Lara state, we live in a post-apocalyptic, horror movie state, only it's not a movie. Without water, without electricity, without food, without medicines, many choose to make groups and walk to the Simón Bolívar bridge, to try to make a new life in Colombia.

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In the Lara state, we live in a post-apocalyptic, horror movie state, only it's not a movie. Without water, without electricity, without food, without medicines, many choose to make groups and walk to the Simón Bolívar bridge, to try to make a new life in Colombia.

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How to Survive Without Water

The most affected areas that we receive the water service are low-income areas, where it is normal to get a road or street blocked by a protest against the government in demand for water, however in residential areas of middle class or wealthy the failure of the water service is also normal.

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The most affected areas that we receive the water service are low-income areas, where it is normal to get a road or street blocked by a protest against the government in demand for water, however in residential areas of middle class or wealthy the failure of the water service is also normal.

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How To Survive Without Medicine

Half an hour later, in the house of his neighbors and already feeling the repairing effect of the first nebulization, Coco begins to breathe better. He has survived the night.

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Half an hour later, in the house of his neighbors and already feeling the repairing effect of the first nebulization, Coco begins to breathe better. He has survived the night.

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No Survival Gear Cooking Without Gas

The list of horrid things people in Venezuela have suffered in order to survive is too long; it is really difficult to have some time alone to think about good stuff, to be in peace. Everything is chaos, everything is a huge problem. It does not matter how many times you get out of your house in order to do anything, there is always one thing to say, one thing to tell; everything is too expensive, someone died, there is no transportation, and the list goes on.

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The list of horrid things people in Venezuela have suffered in order to survive is too long; it is really difficult to have some time alone to think about good stuff, to be in peace. Everything is chaos, everything is a huge problem. It does not matter how many times you get out of your house in order to do anything, there is always one thing to say, one thing to tell; everything is too expensive, someone died, there is no transportation, and the list goes on.

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How to Work and Live in a Country in Chaos

Dressing with new clothes, new shoes or even talking on the phone is a very big danger. Many choose to be armed with improvised knives or knives to defend themselves, even though the government has made it illegal for civilians to carry any kind of weapon or fire. Violence is normal in a country where crime has managed to take the presidency and where corruption has become the currency. The Venezuelans do not live, they survive.

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Dressing with new clothes, new shoes or even talking on the phone is a very big danger. Many choose to be armed with improvised knives or knives to defend themselves, even though the government has made it illegal for civilians to carry any kind of weapon or fire. Violence is normal in a country where crime has managed to take the presidency and where corruption has become the currency. The Venezuelans do not live, they survive.

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