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... finding the bus stop. We knew there should be a stop close to the theatre and we followed the route shown on the map round a full 3 block section, but couldn't see a stop or a bus for that matter. David decided to ask at the bicycle rental and were given some directions in broken English, "down towards the main road by the theatre and then on the left". Seemed simple enough especially when we saw one of the buses on the Avenida 9 de Mayo, the big wide street ...
... female dorms.
We had toyed with the idea of nipping over the border to Paraguay the next day but despite our competitive country-accumulating that we seem to enjoy, we simply couldn’t be bothered as there was nothing to see apart from the world’s second biggest dam, so we contented ourselves with going to the point on the river where Brazil, Parguay and Argentina all meet and then spent a few hours shopping in the town and then ...
Though it’s often too cold to sit on the balcony, it has
been handy for doing the washing – my clothes have never been cleaner this
Managed to pick up some Doxycycline from the local pharmacy ready
for the buggy zones further north – same chain as the previous one that had
told me I needed a prescription because it was an antibiotic!
Another trip on the Subte, practically a daily occurrence
and spotted ...
... On the peripheries there are traders taking care of all the necessities,because as we all know you can no longer do anything in the world without someone trying to sell you something in the process,our last vestige may be that no one at the moment is selling us something to make us breathe in the natural air but I am sure that day will come when we are all gasping in our own rank smog and the first “oxygen bottles” will be available wholesale to be bought at ...
... to be closed. However desperately determined, I got out of the taxi to take a closer look. To my hopeful self I saw stalls slowly setting up. I paced around, window shopped and ended up buying another postcard. I kept telling my self, wait 10 more minutes, maybe his shop will open then. And then more minutes later repeating the same mantra. I swear at 10.30 this kid finally showed up. I didn't give him much time to open his shop before I pounced, buying two wristbands this ...