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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... me to a doctor. Thing is, I didn't want to get stuck in Concepcion so I'm just gonna keep an eye on it, if it looks like I have blood poising or if I get a fever I'll go to the doctor. Kate isn't impressed but agrees that since I had jeans on, and they didn't tear, my chances of contracting rabies are slim. Though in a country where I'm often dehydrated, I'd hate to become hydrophobic!
Now off to Laguna Blanca! (Maybe, were not quite sure how to get there, I hope this is the right ...
... nice gentle walk over the island! Was it buggery! I felt like I was going to die on a few occasions! But after a good hour and a half we arrived at a beach! No you would be impressed to hear that I walked back as well wouldn't you? Well sorry to disappoint but we got a boat back! We met some awesome people at our hostel and hung around with them for a few days and we even did another trek to some waterfalls! I know right two treks in one week who'd of thought ...
... A man holding a giant halberd, covered in chains and surrounded by floating demon heads. I nearly wore the same thing which would have been embarrassing. Unable to speak or walk at any pace due to his restrictive costume he spent his evening silently patrolling the bar, a bit like Fred often does after too many drinks except with less demon heads in this case.
Eager to see what monsters lurked upstairs me and ...
... the city. His name was Eujenio Rojas, and he also owned a car garage, which he took me to and gave me the business card for. I knew the cars make and registration detail, and also had a picture of him as he wanted me to take one while we were at our beautiful waterfall. He was also a fat ****, so if need be I could easily outrun him. Again the reason I couldn't is that he'd driven so far out the centre that I was completely lost and probably wouldn't have been able to get back. ...
This morning I went along with Claire for some home visits, walking around conception getting to see the community and they places people live. Conception (I think how you spell it) is a large town. It has very dusty roads and people either live in brick or wood houses. The houses are small, as you can imagine and there can be around 10 living in a house-due to big families and extended families. After visiting people ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking