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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
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 …
... the ranch is really passionate about coco by products being used as biodiesel and when I mentioned that the company I had been working for had tried to break into the biodiesel market he packed Katie and I into his truck and took us to 3 different plants to try and get some business relationships going. I didn't realised that he was doing that until it was too late and ended up learning loads about the coco tree and its many uses. I thought it was great, poor katie was dragged around ...
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 ...
... to foot in a little uncertain dance. A suggestion of a language course in La Paz made me skip and switch most of my plans for the coming weeks, but it took me a few days of fluffing around to make up my mind.
The streets are empty towards ten and Sunday goes totals without sound. There are a few bits and pieces to have a look at, and all descriptions and display in being in Spanish speed the sight seeing process up. I went to the house ...
... blasted through a few films until I reached the town at around 1.30am - hardly ideal!
Once at the bus station, realised immigration would be closed so need a place to crash for the night. The bus station looked pretty dodgy so didnt want to sleep there. I did however want a place pretty close to it to save faffing around in the morning. The second i stepped out the bus station, i was then mobbed by trampy kids who'd set up some kind of tent slum just outside. ...
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