Aparthotel Porta Westfalica
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... A Line 23 bus turned the corner only a minute after I got to the avenue, but I saw the number too late to wave it down. Thankfully another Line 23 bus came by one minute later! :-) The fare was G2,400 (51¢). Bus fares used to be G2,300 but went up G100 effective last month. What’s interesting/disorganized about Asuncion’s bus system is there are no bus stops. You flag one down wherever you are and it will stop. Then you have to yell at the driver to ...
... I walked past a soccer field on the right. After the soccer field, there was another street – but only to the right leading toward the river. I didn’t know if there’d be a way out that direction. I want to turn left and head back uphill into the heart of Asuncion. I continued walking. I can’t believe how far I’ve walked without finding a single street to the left. I feel trapped in here! I’ve gotten myself into a bad ...
... to make the wait worthwhile.
After venturing south I was grateful to be back in the familiar surrounds of asuncion. My dialogue with schools had come to an end after a visit to the only International School I'd yet to visit. ASA (The American to school of Asuncion) was one of the largest schools in Asuncion and schools most of the American embassy's children. I had arranged a meeting with Dave Flashberger. (yes, his real name) who came across as an uncanny cross between ...
... that does not have an answer to the question “what club do you belong to?” In our case, Lidu chose our club for us and informed us that this is the club of our family. Needless to say, we felt rather loved by the gesture. When we have moments like this with Lidu, it is amazing to look back on our language learning, especially for Brad, because when we first arrived in the country speaking Spanish was a challenge and conversations ...
... on. We still had no passports, but the bus driver came round handing them out and we were on our way again. PHEW. That evening we awaited our dinner that was included, but nothing came. We tucked into our supplies instead and endured a few police checkpoints where they boarded the bus and picked two people at "random" to search (the Indian guy and the chav kid). Just then the driver came upstairs and to our delight we saw he had food trays! The meal was cold ...