Estancia Santa Ines
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... themselves. Tally changes- only the one I've added, counting down till this tour finishes. Although I still don't think I'm ready to come home, I'm certainly ready for this tour to end and to separate from some of the group. Paraguay is a tax free shopping haven, with some kind of import arrangement with China that makes for very cheap goods including electronics. Anyone up for a spot of shopping??! ;) Uh oh, I'm only allowed two 23kg bags as checked ...
... to stop here: the ruins of the Jesuit mission in the middle of the village. The Jesuits arrived here in the eighteenth century and founded several communities in this corner of South America: all that remains today are these ruins that are somehow magical, especially at sunset when we saw them. The people who work there for maintenance are on strike, as they didn't get paid for months, and so they let everybody in for free. We took the opportunity to take a stroll around ...
... roll 4. dont have preconception about anything, because you will always be shocked or suprised!
We arrived in Posadas and found it to be a bit of a dive, not that were expecting great things but it isnt a great place to stay, fine for one night. It was really cold in the eveing, we ate in a local cafe and had a steak which was nothing special but tasted amazing!! The hostel was the worst we ...
... It's Saturday afternoon and there is absolutely no one on the streets. Oh good, there's one guy on his bicycle! But no one else. No restaurant, no hotel-just dusty streets and a church. We finally find the hostel which is a few blocks from town. We are reassured by the staff that there are restaurants and people here, they just don't usually come out until after 4pm. As we make the walk to the Mission side of town to get some lunch, I realize why ...
Once we were satisfied we had waited enough time without any other
tourists turning up we headed back to Encarnacion. After saying goodbye
to our hosts at Kerana Hostel we boarded the bus across the river into
Argentina. As I said in the previous blog post about Asuncion, we all
enjoyed Paraguay as it is such a laidback, welcoming and sometimes
comedically cheap place to visit. I've ...