Asuncion Internacional Hotel & Suites
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... with everyone. A guy came into the bus and the bus driver was offering him some and he was just sitting in the front and talk to the driver and another guy for the whole time.
I would need to go on the toilet like every 5 minutes if I'd drink that much.
When I got on my bus a girl was sitting on my seat. I told her twice it is my seat but she just shook her head yes and reminded seating. The third time I told her I was speaking a bit louder and angrier and eventually ...
... hostel until 2pm so had a morning to fill, found a free walking tour round the city centre for a couple of hours that ended up in a BBQ meat market restaurant kind of a place - basically an old market now filled with a few restaurants all with massive grills of freshly barbecued everything, stupidly forgot to take a picture but these grills must have been 6 feet deep by 15 feet wide at least (dad that's the aim for when we get a new BBQ). Today we ...
... to me what surubi is and was surprised when she replied in English: “It’s catfish. From the river. It’s delicious!”
She recommended the Surubi Meuniere: “Cooked in a lemon-butter sauce served with capers and race ‘a la Griega’ (mixed with pieces of ham, parsley, carrots, bell peppers, and raisins.” Sounds yummy! I ordered it (G71,000; $15.12).
Surubi is the Guarani name for pseudoplatystoma, ...
... four blocks southeast to Plaza Uruguay, which is similar size to the four blocks that comprise the central plaza. Uruguay Plaza was renovated in May 2012 in celebration of the 475th anniversary of the founding of Asuncion.
"Upon its founding in 1537, the city was officially named 'La Muy Noble y Leal Ciudad de Nuestra Senora Santa Maria de la Asuncion’ (The Very Noble and Loyal City of Our Lady St. Mary of the Assumption), shortened to ...
... not believe how many people that I barely know greeted me with "Feliz dia de independencia!" and air kisses on each cheek (the customary salutation).
I will try to keep posting as much as possible, and I will post more pictures from my first day with my host family at a later date because my host aunt has them on her camera.
I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. I can't wait to see you all again.