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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 …
Mba'éichapa ore amigokuéra!
We realized that it has been a long time since we have written and we thought we would drop a line to let everyone know that we’re still alive and well. It is hard to believe that we’ve been living in country for over 7 months and in site for nearly 5 months.
All throughout July we had what are called colonial vacations, or more commonly known as winter break. The NGO, DEQUINE, in our ...
... some were freakiously big . In that whole time we were given some stew which was apparently the national dish of paraguay. Finally the bus came! We meet some cool people on the bus. Bruno and Linda who are from Belgium and they have been living at different communities through south America. We shared some ideas. The sun rose and we all got served breakfast, it's now been 48hours since we left iguazu on buses, waiting and being detained. The next 12 hours of traveling ...
... sight they were! And we got very wet! The next day we went to see the Itaipu damn! Not quite as breath taking as the falls and I think both me and Rose had very mixed feelings about them! They were built on indigenous land and destroyed a lot of wildlife and apparently some falls to give Iguazú a run for their money! The next day it was time to go to the Argentinian side of the falls. This was a more close up view of them and again we got very wet ...
... a quaint seafood restaurant with various strings of shellfish hanging from the ceiling, bells to summon service, and Spanish quotes plastering the walls. Not being much of a seafood fan, I had the Lomito Vacuna, a beautifully tender steak with a red wine sauce, mushrooms and fries. Then we headed to a bar which by chance had a karaoke bar next to it. They also sold lager by the 3 litre tower so it was lots of towers and lots of bad, ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center