Estancia Santa Ines
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... de Sao Paulo. Pur plaisir à le regarder jouer avec un bidon en plastique lisse. Nous étions les seuls devant l'enclos.
La journée s'est terminé par un bon bol de nouilles à la crème fraîche puisque c'était la première fois que nous en trouvions au Brésil.
Réveille tôt le jour d'après et départ par bus pour la frontière. Notre chauffeur, sachant pourtant que nous étions étrangers et que nous quittions le pays, n'as pas trouvé utile de ...
... do and how little I really do, is overwhelming to me. Have I ever made a difference, will I ever? How can our world have so much poverty when there is a promise that "there is enough for all"? It is my hardest struggle here, oh yeah and the language.
We got to our room. It was great, guilt still, but great. We had a pool, and my thought was, yay, I am finally going to sit in the sun. I am in Sun Haven and ...
... local kebab shop (where cars would drive up, place their order, take a lap around the block and pick it up) we got to chatting about how much we were liking Paraguay. It also dawned on us that we were the only gringos around because all the locals could be distinguished by their large thermos and sippy cups used to drink tereré. Tereré is Paraguay's iced equivalent of maté, a herb tea that is consumed continuously and religiously by Argentinians. If we thought the sight ...
... a couple of Jesuit Missions.
With the help of the local tourist office, we managed to find an English speaking guide called Marcelo who would take us through immigration and drive us to the the missions that are both UNESCO World Heritage sites.
We set off quite early and luckily there wasn´t too much traffic on the bridge crossing the border so we got through immigration pretty ...
... or so, the recommended (and I'm sure extortionate) ride in a motobicitaxi seemed a lot more fun. In we jumped and sped off through the fields towards the Jesus ruins. The bike was quite fast and the roads were empty and long so we sped along, looking at the landscape and the very few people and hours we passed. We got to the Jesus ruins after about 15 minutes. They were slightly different - there was one huge building (with no roof) with pulpits along the walls. It was as empty ...