El Jesuita Hostel House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... finally decided to get up
– had kept out the earplugs in order to hear the alarm but of course, this
meant I got no sleep so the alarm not needed anyway!
Had time to grab a quick instant coffee before 7am
departure, east down the sand road to Posadas. It was fine soft sand for the
first 1.5 hours turning to much smoother red gravel thereafter for another hour
until we hit tarmac. Because of the state of the road the ...
... finally cocaina! A quick progression in the sales market.
Once we were back in Brazil we ate at the cheapest kilo restaurant (a Brazilian eating out experience, where you buffet but pay for the weight of the food on your plate). Then we caught a bus to Argentina in order to catch a 16 hour night bus to Uruguay. The bus was relatively comfortably and we got on board having been told ...
... dei vasi molto belli con una cannuccia di metallo per sorseggiare il loro amato infuso; la maggior parte delle persone si porta in giro anche una thermos di acqua calda per riempire di volta in volta la tazza, anche se ci sono boiler di acqua calda un po' ovunque, alla stazione, all'ostello, nei supermercati, nelle stazioni di servizio. Mi sa che dovremo procurarci una tazza anche noi e cominciare a bere mate in quantità industriali come fanno gli argentini; mi sa che è ...
... more tropical than the rest of Argentina, a brief discussion about the best football player ever (Messi, Pele or Maradona - I said Messi and they joked about the hand of god and what not), I got into the site and the started with the small museum which gave a brief but informative overview about the site and the Jesuit missions in general. Far from being part of a brutal inquisition, the Jesuits were actually a ...
... suits from the 80's! I suppose I better get back used to it as I am home soon! Found a great campsite on the banks of Rio Uruguay looking over to Brazil only 150m away. First day I went to see the Salto de Mocona, a 3km long waterfall because the river has split longitudinally as one side has been thrust upward by a geological fault - interesting for a geographer anyway! Pretty impressive even through the cloud and a good warm up for Iguazu. A ...