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Travel Blogs from Posadas
... 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 ...
... example prices just
to give an idea of how, over the duration of a week, we managed to
spend only Ł120 (including everything).
Paraguay Price Examples
Accommodation in dorm per night: Ł6
1 Litre bottle of beer in supermarket: Ł1
1 Litre bottle of beer in bar/club: Ł1.80
Rump steak per kg from butcher: Ł2.80
Filet mignon in a restuarant: Ł4
Hot dog from street vendor: Ł0.40
McDonalds Triple Hamburgesa con Queso: ...
... passed branded with red dust and we struggled to read the numbers for the correct bus. Suddenly number 24 pulled up and it was a race to get on with the other peak time commuters. It was still relatively warm outside but a storm was blowing in and we were ready for a nice hot shower. We passed some sweet little plazas and there was a definite feel that the city was much smaller and safer from the others in Brazil.
Jumping off the bus a stop too early, google maps ...
English translation is below
CZ: O Paraguay se říká, že je jednou z nejchudších zemí Jižní Ameriky, a že toho nemá oproti jejím sousedům mnoho, co nabídnou. Proto je většinou backpackrů přehlíženo a obkoukem míjeno. My v Paraguay strávili pouhé 4 dny (teď litujem, že jme nezůstali déle), ale i za tu krátko dobu si myslíme, že ani jedno z toho není pravda. Naopak, ...
... and generally getting in touch with our hippy nature sides.
This is another reason I came to Paraguay; I just wanted to chill out for a bit before I threw myself into the madness of Brazil with my various Brazilian mates promising (or threatening?) to lead me astray with daily parties. I wanted nature and relaxation and to gently break my poor, out of shape carcass back into walking because Paraguay is relatively ...