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... at a cafe overlooking the Plaza. We got to the airport 3hrs early, as told, and spent the time eating and reading. First a slice from Pizza-Pizza sitting outside "Myway"(Subway ripoff!) and "Starlines" (Starbucks ripoff!), they looked very funny. Followed by a couple of (very good!) brownies once simply and successfully through immigration. We arrived in Asuncion, Capital of Paraguay, around ...
... sommes donc alles a Concepcion 7h au Nord d'Asuncion.
Nous sommes arrives de nuit dans un endroit super bizarre, nous avons marche dans la boue qui nous arrive aux chevilles et qui sentait un peu comme du caca de cheval !
l'"hotel" etait une maison familiale avec un bebe (qui pleure tres tot) et une chambre a louer, Lors-ce que nous nous somme reveilles, nous nous rendons compte qu'ici il n'y a rien a faire, et certaines personnes ...
... journalist would go for this. Itīs difficult to understand the spoken language here...because it just might be a combination of Spanish and Guarani. All I have is the photos, which speak for themselves.
After 3 hours of exploring this city, I have enough to say that I have been here. I am ready to head back to my hotel and get some shut eye. Tomorrow will be another country - all by local taxis and buses...
...Just wait and see....
... are no bus stops. You can flag down a passing bus anywhere, although they don't always stop - sometimes they simply slow down enough for people to jump on and off. There is a lack of restaurants and bars in Asuncion and it's evident people don't have much money as some ladies rummage through black bags in the streets, and like other South American countries young kids always approach trying to sell things. Every second business in Asuncion seems to be ...
I was reminded today of my first trip into Botswana in 2008. We had driven the 7 hours to the border only to find that it was closed.
The border crossing consisted of a cement "bridge" - really just a dam that you drive over, very carefully - and the Limpopo River was so high then that it was impossible to get across as you couldn't actually see the bridge.
And even if we could have, the roads on the other side were all sand and dirt so getting stuck ...
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