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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 ...
... the 2nd largest power production in the world and it's output is divided 50/50 between the countries. However Paraguay only needs 10% of its share of the 50% so sells it back to Brazil. The work force is also equally divided between the two countries. It's colossal scale could be seen from our bus tour which took us from the Brazil side over to Paraguay and back. They have also created a man made channel of water and land to allow the animals and fish which use to ...
During my trip in South America everyone told me not to visit Paraguay. I was always going to visit regardless of people's opinions, however I cannot help but agree with them. Aside from Itaipu Dam and a crazy night out in Asuncion, there isn't much to offer for tourists. I enjoyed being back in the heat and around Latino looking people. Passport stamps read 31/08/13 - ...
... 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 ...
... 45 Argentinan Reals for the park. We popped onto a open double decker bus for the trip up to the falls, as the national park is so big! We also manage to meet up with Paul, or room mate from BA, which really had perfect timing! The Brazilian side is often thought of as not being as spectacular as the Argentinean side, but I still thought they were awesome!! They provided more of a panoramic view of the falls that lie in Argentina, and it makes you appreciate ...