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So that is different than the other South American countries I've been to yet.
I have only been to the bus station yet and there are lots of little market stands and women walking around with a little basket selling medication and other things to the waiting people. Even kids walk around trying to sell me stuff, put play cards in my hand, hair ties and little dolls. That's actually the first time I've seen kids working like that and it made me upset and wondering how poor this ...
... the presidential palace which was fairly impressive but probably the best thing to see in the town! Took the next day off to just lay around the hostel and recuperate before the travels and try and sort out getting to montevideo, plus the hostel had a trip to a secluded waterfall the next day that left at 6am so didnt fancy too stressful a day! The supermarkets are, if anything, cheaper than in Argentina so we've basically been living off ...
... artists.One wall was dedicate to Stroessner and his cronies and former German Officers.The place had many nooks and corners and you could feel the political intrigue hanging in the air from those times past.The gardens were secretive and silent and mixed with the view of the lake they had an all together sultry,sexy and dangerous feel,one could imagine the deals that were made on tucked away benches and the mistresses seduced at the end of the tiny pier in the sunset. A ...
... things to me in Spanish but now I was not understanding what he was talking about and told him so. Realizing I did not speak Spanish, he led me into the second room, "The History of State Terrorism" and then excused himself.
After he left, I made my way through the various rooms: “Paraguay: Dictatorship 1954-89;” “The Organization of State Terrorism;” “Arresting & Kidnapping Operations & Daily Life;” ...
Thank you for all of the messages. It is comforting to open my email and see that the people I love are following and waiting for my return.
Sunday-the day I met my host family- was a whirlwind. I am so grateful for my host sister, Ada, who made me feel comfortable and was basically my intervener/translator when I needed someone to clarify or speak slowly. I share a room with her and she cleared out half of her ...