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... covered in dusk from the journey. We weren't sure what the police were expecting to find after the dogs had already been on but each new person got on and did the full check. One of the checkpoints was literally 500m from the other, so chose that they must have seen the other policemen doing the check. We were definitely excited when we got to Asuncion and reached our hotel. We have only seen the Chaco region of Paraguay but so far it is hot and ...
... stop when the meter gets to that point. Of course there’s a language barrier and he doesn’t seem to comprehend anything I’m saying. I fan out my cash and show him “this is what I’ve got.” He still doesn’t understand or doesn’t seem to care, as he keeps on driving. The meter reaches G44,000 ($9.37) as we reach the turnoff for Cerro Lambare after 18 minutes. I hand over the G34,000 I have and apologize profusely. I feel so ...
... Central America in January 2001).
At the same time, I was absolutely fascinated to have stumbled into a massive shantytown just downhill from several of the key sights of Asuncion. What an incredible experience to be walking through the main street of this jumble of wooden shacks with sheets of zinc forming the roofs. This is definitely something you will never see at home and it really opens your eyes to real life in a poor, isolated nation such ...
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 ...
Most people have said, don't go to Paraguay, it's a **** hole, there's nothing there. Only one random voice said, go, but don't only go to Asuncion or Ciudad del Este like everybody else.
So I went. I walked over the bridge from Brazil to Ciudad del Este, Paraguay. The border crossing was probably the most surreal so far, loads of cars, vans, motor taxis and people by foot crossin the boarder but I was the only person going through immigration. It's an open border ...