Granados Park Hotel
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... offers not that much to write about. We knew before arriving that there are not really any sights to visit / things to do there, and it basically delivered on that promise….which was absolutely fine, as we needed time to just settle in anyways, and we only
ever planned to use it as a base for further planning.
Our hostel though was a real gem…..really cozy and warm atmosphere, the owners knew everyone ...
I needed to find a place where I could buy my next bus ticket. At 6.30 in the morning almost all of the shops inside the station are open and I soon found a company which brings me to my next destination.
I had about 6.5 hours until my bus so I decided to go in the city center and do a bit of sightseeing.
Asking at the information what bus I'd have to take they pointed in the direction and told me the bus number. I was waiting for almost one hour and ...
... 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 ...
... 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;” ...
... He has been part of the team that has translated the entire bible into Enxet, an indigenous tribe. Now they begin the work of rechecking the New Testament which they completed in 1997. After swapping email addresses, a trip to the Chaco to visit the project may be in order.. In the afternoon I went to Loma San jeronimo which is the "Bohemian" area of Asuncion to see a Paraguayan folk singer Ricardo Flecha. There were market stalls, fairy ...