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Having arrived late last night from Foz we thought we would have a bit of extra time in bed but I woke up and then got Daniel up. Had a nice breakfast but not such a variety of choice as the one we had at the hotel in Foz. Took a walk of a couple of miles to a shopping centre to have a look round, came back and packed up ready to check out. We had …
Ok so where did I get to???? It's been a while since I wrote on here I can't remember! Ohhhhhhh that's right so we left Rio and got on the road to Ilha Grande! We had the most random transfer to the island! The driver spoke very little English and couldn't understand a word we said and unfortunately we couldn't understand him either! But hey that's our fault for not learning Portuguese! So we got on the road after waiting for him to eat his breakfast at the ...
... themselves into a stupor. So instead we went to the supermarket across the road and got some beers and sat around in the park, whilst we drank these. A few young people drove past us on their mopeds waving and cheering us on, so we assume it may have been illegal to drink in the park. Oh well, we didn't get caught and there were no signs anyway. We also bought some bread, prosciutto and cheese for about $4 to make sandwiches for dinner, we've got to start budgeting a ...
... walked up the main shopping streets. I saw two more movies that were both under $4, so I was happy about that. There was not much else to do in this city capital city. It doesn't have a lot of history. There was a monument of heroes and the city does portray a lot of colonial generals with swords and guns. I don't know the whole story behind them. Not many people speak English here. Asuncion is a tropical city and it ...
... construction; more chickens in the road. Lots and lots of dust.
Our flight to Asuncion was on time. Upon arrival, immigration found us confusing … we tried to explain that we had been through immigration in Ciudad del Este (unlike almost everybody else), but they sent us to fill out paperwork any way. When we returned to the desk to hand over our paperwork, and the officer realized that we had already cleared, he tore up our paper ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center