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... Jimmy and Will, Sam's friends also traveling within South America, for a few (and a few more) beers in Kilkenny's Irish Pub, an amusing evening.
Asuncion is a contrast of colonial buildings and shady plazas with smart suburbs and ritzy shopping malls. It was here that Paraguay became the first country on the continent to declare its independence in 1811. The city also saw the British ...
... too as the dark clouds closed in and the rain came down.
I was glad to be heading off,this time continuing our journey North West for about 20km,we were still on elevated ground and climbing and out of the tree line we came to a somewhat livelier town called Caacupe a major site of pilgrimage and he stands proudly a rather large late 18Th century Cathedral made in the style of the Basilica in the Vatican.Caacupe is Paraguay's most important site of pilgrimage drawing in over ...
... I guess it wasn't open to the public...that night I met up with Frankie (from home) and her bf James where we had bangers and mash for dinner and few caipirinhas. It was a lovely evening of catching up and learning how their life in Paraguay has been. The next day Frankie and I went to a museum in memory of the prisoners who were tortured under dictatorship Stroessner who was in power for 35 years. No one knew about the torture until 1993 so 3/4 years after the dictatorship had ...
... one of its dictators at one point demolishing any buildings over three stories high in Asuncion (worried about snipers apparently), so there wasn't all that much to look at. Our Chilean hostel friends were loving it however - not only could they buy four beers for the same cost as one in Chile, but they felt that Asuncion reflected what South America used to be like fifty or sixty years ago and were indulging in as much nostalgia as 25 years olds who weren't alive back then, ...
... down by various dictators. A big change from Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. The most interesting and moving monument is the Pantheon of Heroes, modelled on the Pantheon in Paris, which is the tomb of the unknown soldier. The most unusual sight was the remains of the statue of the former President which has been comprehensibly destroyed as a reminder to all as to what can happen when you fall out of favour. Next back to ...