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As a group we agreed to spend a free morning doing a quick nip to Paraguay which was only half hour to the boarder. It ticked the box but was essentially just a shopping trip.
Paraguay is meant to be the cheapest country in S America for electronics etc so some of the group bought some bits. As you walk along the street people start off offering you electrics, followed by marihuana ...
... street children but they were harmless enough! Time for packing lives into bags again ready for the falls and flight to Manaus the following day. This morning we both woke up at about 5.15.... It sounded like someone had turned the shower on next door! But actually it was outside! Rainforest style! The average rainfall is 2m a year.... Felt like it should be 2m a week this morning!!! Time to repack the bags for a very wet morning and very wet transit through the ...
... Mike Catt! Although I didn't manage to meet them for a few beers later it was well worth the journey back for. **** so now what do I do, I had only planned up until the rugby and hadn't really considered what I would do after...... So with about 9 days before I have to be in Iguazu to meet a friend I thought I would take my time getting there and try my hand again at a bit of hitch hiking. Leaving Salta and making a late call to miss Corrientes in favour ...
... around Argentina's northwest were the best.
- Rapa Nui, JuaJu and Abuela Goye (Bariloche): Ok it is really hard to just pick one so I am not going to try. All three have fantastic ice cream, not to mention chocolate. The calafate (which is a wild berry that grows around Patagonia) we had in El Calafate was probably our favourite. They all have stores in Buenos Aires.
- Miranda (Buenos Aires): I will say there are probably places with ...
Stopped of on the way to the Falls to look at the ruins of a Jesuit town (San Igacio Mini) where they forcefully converted the locals. It was basically go to the missions or get put into Portuguese slavery.
The Jesuits founded so many towns that to this day the region is officially called the missions.
The ruins were interesting, all the missions had the same lay out with a large central ...