How to get a gas cylinder in venezuela


venezuela to be a rich country, with natural resurses that very few countries in the world have, is a country that the needs that we live here is an ordeal that every day we spend, of course that politically the situation has brought more difficulties to the poorest, since the great and powerful politicians are government or opposition not it affects them at all today will tell you about basic services such is the gas to make our food here place in pictures of the day that to get a gas cylinder you have to pass.

the big tails that you have to do to have a gas cylinder is something absurd, in a country with large deposits of natural gas where it is really a proesa to have a service, half respectable for your home, with all this, the humiliations that you are exposed is something regrettable, since no one should deserve to be humiliated by having a basic service is your home.


for no one it is a secret that the countries governed by governments that have or seek in their nearest neighbors enemies where there are no, is something pathetic, because that is the story of suffering in a country where the fault is of others, except mine that is what the government says, by the way in a country that the social divide became bigger, that is to say rich people became richer and the poorest and exiled poor in their country almost 5 million people.


have to stop doing your daily tasks to be able to fill you a domestic gas cylinder is something that a person should not get used to, but it is what we have left, that if I don't say it with a conformist tone, rather I say it with a tone of resignnaation, because if your protest for your rights could be imprisoned or even your danger life, all this I bring here as a form of relief, and think very well when you choose your leaders, in my country we made that mistake and we have more than 20 years suffering them


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Tips for the late flowering mountain sports pioneer!
We know them all: from those boys and girls who were dragged into the mountains as a child by their parents, since their tenth, effortlessly swooping down black slopes, living more or less in the climbing hall and experiencing fierce mountain adventure after another, purely because it is inextricably linked to their (social) life. Crazy! But... what if your parents used to go on a beach vacation with you all the time? Your “fresh alpine breeze” associates with toilet freshener? Whether you've been on badminton your whole life? In other words: when mountaineering is not poured into you with the spoon? Then at a later age discover your mountain sports passion and find your way in it often quite an exciting solo expedition. Good news for all newcomers; you're not the only one! Whatever the flame has ignited, that it no longer extinguishes is a fact. So you better do nice things with it! Only, where do you start without baking knowledge, experience, convenient connections and above all: mountains?! To give your upcoming adventures a boost in the right direction, here are some tips and tricks. Turn on your pioneer mode and let that mountain sport passion flower bloom! Tip 1: Take the leap into the deep - Do you have huge balls and you are not afraid of anything? Then the leap in the deep will be easy for you. Sign up for a climbing course or trail run clinic, book a trip to the top of Mont Blanc, or buy a mountain bike at the marketplace and go for yourself. No mountain too high, literally! If you dare: credits for you! You're a rare tough specimen, so go on! And enjoy it, we don't have to explain much more. Tip 2: Finish the 'tastings' - Do you think in mountaineering, “it sounds like something, but I don't know anyone who does this.”? Or 'I have some mountain-sporting friends, but they're all much better than me'? No problem! In any case, it never hurts to orient yourself quietly and try out some options before you throw yourself into something full of surrender. Check for example if you can take a trial lesson at a climbing hall, boulder hall or indoor ski track (or other place of your choice). Most halls offer this, also for your own safety. After all, getting off to a good start in a new sport will result in great fun and minimal risk of injury. In addition, during these trial classes you often get in touch with people who are in the same boat as you. Dive up your fun new potential sports buddies! win-win! Tip 3: Only = not so lonely - This is especially for the climbers among us. Do you want to climb, but you don't have a climbing buddy even after tip 2-? Look in the hall if there's a bulletin board with 'climbing buddies wanted. '. Many halls offer this service. Facebook groups can also be a godsend. Climbing requests pass there too. In fact, you never have to do it alone. Tip 4: Bomb your friends to mental coaches - Your friends and girlfriends still look at you uncomfortably when you tell about your new mountain ambitions? And they prefer to spend their time and money on (for example) the local carnival association? Then do not bother convincing them, but slowly involve them in your activities. For example, take them to an outdoor film festival, organise a camping weekend or invite them to join us during your training hikes or cycling tours in the Netherlands. Maybe they won't go up (or down) with you, they can enjoy with you during all the preparations. Cozy and good for your mental support during harsh workouts. Do you have any nice additions? I like to hear them! #outdooronline



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