Far up the inlet is Maracaibo, a town of three thousand people, fortified and surrounded by woods.
Maracaibo and Gibraltar next fell into the clutches of the pirate.
On arriving there the wild fire had already broken out at Maracaibo a second time, and hither he came to extinguish89 it.
For his medium grade he blends Santos and Maracaibo, half-and-half.
The province of Maracaibo formally declared itself separated from all connection with Caracas.
You will doubtless remember me who was with you that time at Maracaibo, when you sunk the galleasses.
He soon took a ship, bound to Maracaibo from New Spain, laden with merchandise and money designed to buy a cargo of cocoa-nuts.
The best Maracaibo is regarded as choice coffee, but its flavor is not liked by all coffee-drinkers.
Another pleasing blend is composed of Bogota, washed Maracaibo, and Santos, equal parts.
The lagoon of Maracaibo is becoming the centre of a rapidly growing commercial region.