There, at the Paria, the horses enjoyed the first full drink for several days and we followed it down to camp.
Another was on the west of the promontory of Paria, and named Cape Lapa.
From them they learnt that the country was named Paria, and that they would gladly be in amity with the Christians.
It was in reality the mouth of the large river now called the Paria.
They were on their way north to trade with the Mormons, having come across at the Paria.
And thus they got their first glimpse of the wonderful Gulf of Paria.
This elevation may have well coincided with the depression of the neighbouring Gulf of Paria.
Once beyond it he was in the smooth water of the Gulf of Paria.
I think it is some river already mentioned by Columbus when he explored the coasts of Paria.
His discovery consisted of 200 leagues of coast to the west of Paria.