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... didn't leave until 4am so I would have to kill some time in the capital of Paraguay. Secretly, I've always wanted to go there. It's just a bit... out there.
After spending another night in a local Airport hotel, (free transfers), I got up super early to use the second of my free Lounge Club passes. Sadly the posh one wasn't open and I was left to slum it in the 'Smiles VIP lounge' which as the name suggests, is much like the waiting room at an orthodontists. This ...
... contaminated. This means it’s still under warranty, but unfortunately I can’t submit it for replacement until I return home as warranty claims must be paid in the nation of purchase.
I walked into one of numerous small electronics stores in Galeria Central called Audio 3C. I found a nice little Sony camera for $105 but my MasterCard was denied at the tiny store, which has a shocking nine people working in it! The shop is about the size of ...
... was deposed.
As a reminder of that era, I next came to the Plaza of the Disappeared, which is directly west of the presidential palace. The plaza’s dedicated to the memory of political enemies who vanished during the Stroessner dictatorship. I then walked on the sidewalk of Paraguayan Independence Avenue right in front of Palacio de los Lopez. I was surprised to see there is no fence separating the palace from the street! You could walk right up ...
... myself on this journey. Yes it's caused the odd bout of anxiety or a day or two just reading or blogging, but I've been getting out and about as much as the next person. Last weekend I was able to visit some old family friends of ours. A couple and their 3 daughters who lived across a storm drain at the bottom of our road. I'd managed to say a quick hello prior but this was an opportunity to sit and share with them and also, for my mum to be able to speak with Juani, the matriarch, for ...
... in good repair and isn't a ringing endorsement for the country, but what we saw we liked. We went to the tourist office to ask about other places in Paraguay. As expected they didn't speak English, so i smiled and nodded whilst nell had a conversation with the guys there and handed me some maps to look at. Let me tell you, these maps were worth coming to paraguay for. For a country way off the tourist trail, they put some serious Guarani into these bad boys. I'm almost ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool