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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... cover band in all of Paraguay. I was not disappointed. Sure the guitars solos were slightly awry, and the bald vocalist had his laptop with lyrics on a music stand but for me and 30 Paraguayans, they were the smiths...and how we sang and danced, well, hopped. Having temporarily forgotten about the lateness of South American nights, I casually check my watch and realise its 5:30am. As we head out, I experience the ignominy of riding the morning commute bus home. Oh how I missed you.
... hour journey even with reclining seats was nevertheless a dull one. Never have the words 'chipa/chipita caliente' incited such greed and roused a busload of weary travellers. Essentially a dusted cheese bread, it's a worthy rival to Brazil's pao de queijo. The journey to the capital was a good opportunity to catch up with a bit of planning, blogging and sleep. ...
... is being able to buy freshly cooked chipa. Someone will board the bus with a big basket on their head full of these freshly baked delights. They look kind of like a skinny bagel, but are packed full of fennel and are made from a type of maize I think. At 30p each, they make a great snack for a long journey.
We arrived in Asuncion 8 hours later. 2 hours late. Paraguayan time seems to be variable, so now we just tack on 25% to any time frame, to give ourselves a ...
... niet om dit dorp te bezoeken, maar omwille van de nabijgelegen Jezu´etenru´nes van Trinidad. De Jezu´eten begonnen in 1609 met het bouwen van hun missie hier en bleven hier gedurende 150 jaar. In het noorden van ArgentiniŰ bevinden zich eveneens enkele noemenswaardige ru´nes, maar we kozen voor deze in Paraguay omwille van hun niet-toeristisch karakter en het feit dat deze ru´nes als ÚÚn van de meest impressionante religieuze bouwwerken aanzien wordt. We bezochten ...
... It was very peaceful and rural with the cows, hens and dogs wandering around. On our return across the river Peter remarked that it was 63 years since he had last landed at that port! That would have been when he, his mother and sisters had travelled up the river from Concepcion for their final trip to England. John remained at Chacoee, and on our landing at Asuncion meg and John decided to return to the Mission house. The remaining four of us walked into the town ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center