Pop Hostel Natura
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of a town that was once great. With colourful window shutters and gigantic cobble stone streets that required some maneuvering, we were pleasantly surprised with how picturesque the town was, even though our first encounter was a hostel that didn't quite match our expectations. Winnie and I woke up again the next morning to sketch some of the buildings before we left that afternoon, whilst Tom had a leisurely morning and then took to the streets with his camera. ...
... way back we find several families of Coatis, strange racoon like creatures with longer snouts that they wriggle around smelling for food. They are interesting little creatures, very cute and deceptively sneaky in stealing food from naive visitors.
We have a short break before our raft ride, so we take in the flocks of butterflies in the sun. The raft ride is 20 mins down the river through the forest. The trip is slow and relaxing with not much to see really, ...
... route but thats fine - still got there in the end! The hostel was nice! It was busy and had a laidback feel - with an outdoors kitchen, pool, outside deck area and inside sitting area. We were luckily able to check in early but as Linda wasn't we let her put her stuff in our room. After getting ready we went to get cash out and then headed back to the bus station. Here after talking to the information centre - we bought the combined jungle and boat ride package ...
... were there for the week - just for the stamp!)
One of Paraguay's very few major attractions was the Itaipu Dam (2nd largest dam in the world), which was only 15 mins away from the town we were visiting, so we thought we'd check it out! We got there to find only the three of us as visitors to the dam - very different to the scores of people at Iguazu! The reception dusted off an old English DVD which gave some background on the dam (shared and built ...
... as they have all been in Argentina. They had a full spread of ribs, steaks, homemade sausages, and all the sides. We both tried fresh blood sausage for the first time as well, adding to our list of new experiences. I actually really liked it. There were a few different activities available including horseback riding but we opted to spend the day checking out the grounds and relaxing by the pool. While a lot of the last month or so ...