Apart Hotel Terrazas del Sol
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Got the bus from Puerto Iguazu in Argentina to asuncion in Paraguay on Saturday afternoon, took the supposedly 5 hour bus at midday and arrived in Paraguay at close to 7pm... I didn't really know what to expect from Paraguay, but after quick taxi ride from the bus station through a much rougher looking city than we'd seen before quickly realized this was quite a lot poorer than the places I've visited so far. One of the german guys I'd met ...
... appearing at the table with succulent cuts of meat on swords. Throw in the biggest salad bar that Sam has ever seen, a fresh pasta chef and an assortment of exotic deserts and the result was two content and very full travellers.
It was great to catch up with Stephen and Jessica and we were very grateful for their hospitality during our stay in Asuncion.
Onward bus to Concepcion, 6 hours.
... at the front of the church waiting to pray for what ever hope they had come here for.
I was starting to feel that if I saw another church I too would be prostrate on my knees begging the good Lord to give me a break either that or take up the cloth myself.We headed out West now in our little round Asuncion tour praying for something else to turn up and after a while Manuel announced that we had arrived in San Bernadino and my heart sunk to the pit of my stomach,San Bernadino ...
... I guess it wasn't open to the public...that night I met up with Frankie (from home) and her bf James where we had bangers and mash for dinner and few caipirinhas. It was a lovely evening of catching up and learning how their life in Paraguay has been. The next day Frankie and I went to a museum in memory of the prisoners who were tortured under dictatorship Stroessner who was in power for 35 years. No one knew about the torture until 1993 so 3/4 years after the dictatorship had ...
... on a cheap Kindle! It was absolutely boiling at this point so we went back to the hostel and had a pool day deciding there wasn't much to see anyway. An Australian we had spoken to the night before said that he had taken a tour that day and that there really wasn't much to see anyway. We sat by the pool enjoying the cool water and the nice old guy working at the hostel told us it was about 50'C that day. I didn't quite believe it was that hot, but it was still ...