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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Brilliant! I wondered why it said 24 in the guide book. That was a bit old, maybe they had improved the roads....
Lonely Planet also said to book with this particular bus company, (Yacyeta), as it would be much more comfortable than others doing the same route. Then, at 8pm precisely, it pulled into my life. The bus, a decrepit relic of years gone bye that must have seen a million kilometres come and go on the odometer. The side says Trans Rosario, not Yacyeta. On ...
... in Paraguay had triggered a fraud alert on my credit card. It is so aggravating when this happens while traveling in a foreign country. I had to verify several recent transactions and jump through a few other hoops with the agent on the phone before the fraud alert was removed so I could complete my transaction. Such a waste of my time and money! When I stepped out of the phone booth, the clerk presented me with a bill for G15,400 ($3.28). I again tried ...
... being out in the triple-digit heat. I then sat by the pool and started reading the Lonely Planet Rio de Janeiro guidebook. I’ll be visiting Rio, one of my absolute favorite cities in the world, for several days after Iguazu Falls, my next stop after Asuncion.
Grabbed pasta from the Mall Excelsior food court for G23,000 ($4.90). Returned to my room for a shower, then ate dinner. Super Bowl 48 kicked off at 8:30 local time (6:30 p.m. in New ...
... week was my first opportunity to venture into the Chaco region of Paraguay. Comprising 60% of the land but containing only 3% of the population, this vast! shrub and swampland is inhabited by two main groups; Indeginous and Mennonite. I was receiving a lift with a Domenika, who was to be my host, along with a her husband Ernesto and their two daughters. She was a teacher in the local school and Ernesto was acting as the Head of Education. They were taking me to Filadelfia, the capital of ...
... We needed to get across town but the taxi cost ten times what it would have done in Bolivia. Luckily an American helped us out by telling us which buses to get and when to change to get across town. They seemed a lot more organised and safer here, although we were still a little unsure along the way. It was perfectly direct and only 50p each but it did take over an hour to get ...