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... mark it off our list. A tour to the Itaipu damn was $220R so we skipped that. The only advantage being that we would have an official stamp in our passports. Instead we took a regular bus across the border to Ciudad del Este. Except that I can say I was on Paraguayan land, it was not worth it. It was like the worst market/haggling/harassing bazaar you can ever imagine. People and stalls and shouting everywhere. Even in a top class designer store we had 7 attendants swoop down on us at ...
... We ended up at a hostel
near our hotel and again ended up eating pizzas. The funniest thing about this
was that the waiter took our particular orders and the pizzas were taking a
fair while when we noticed a lady walk into the hostel with pizza boxes and we
realised that they didn’t make the pizzas here but had made a telephone order
and picked them up for us to eat!
... of a Churrascaria an all you can eat buffet where they constantly bring meat on sticks to your table. L: Chris ate his way into a food coma! C: Loretta was more restrained until her favourite server offered up roast pork with crackling, during dessert which she proceeded to nom after her coconut pie. I must admit I did ...
... reissued bus tickets and were settled into our seats on the second story of the double decker bus headed south, back to Buenos Aires. Our estimated time of arrival is 12:45 pm Tuesday afternoon, July 8th, exactly one day prior to July 9th, which is not only Eli's 9th birthday, but Argentina's independence day, celebrating 198 years of Independence from Spanish rule, AND the semi-final World Cup match between Argentina and Germany. This July 9th will be one to remember. ...
... statue of Cristo in the background and the golden sandy beaches on the coast that indicated that this was a country of vast contrasts. That contrast is born by a fascinating but savage history. Brazil, although the largest country in South America, is Portuguese in an otherwise Spanish dominated continent, reason being, a quirky decision before the continent of South America was even discovered. The treaty of tordesillas in 1494 divide the newly discovered land half ...