- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
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... so clearly we weren't the same person. Apparently, she was in a band 25 years ago and he loved her. He may have thought she converted and was now on a mission. So funny.
What a great opportunity today was.
It is supposed to be heading into fall here. I await the signs, wonder what I am missing, because the heat is still so stifling. ...
... 233;e mais on fête aussi l'anniversaire de Terry. Pour digérer, nous nous promenons de nuit. La ville ne ressemble pas à une capitale du tout, c'est sale, la pauvreté est évidente. On se croirait au Pérou à nouveau... Mardi 10 février, il fait super chaud, genre 35 degrés et je sais pas combien de pour cent d'humidité mais juste pas possible de mettre un pied dehors, même à l'ombre. Nous sommes juste sortis pour ...
... to translate. I cannot imagine being here alone. She is incredible. She was here 1 month and making collection calls. She also works at the temple and has been able to memorize all that she needs to say. What a lady. She said she has had training in the past year, but no trainers would speak English. Since we were there they spoke more English in the training. She was walking 3 miles from her apartment to the center each day and ...
... country with nothing really ineresting to see but what turned out to be one of the best weeks of our trip! We came for 3 days and stopped for 10, and this was nothing to do with our love for Asuncion of which there was only a little, this was down to the hostel we found and the people we met! We also decided that enough was enough of our very poor Spanglish and to invest in some Spanish lessons and as Paraguay is one of the cheapest places in the world to ...
... flag, as well as a military guard sipping terere (like maté but cold, almost everyone we saw in Asuncion was drinking it). We also visited the National Congress, now a museum of Paraguayan clothing, music and film, where we managed to sneak up onto the roof through the gents to get a great view of the city skyline. Perhaps the most recognisable sight in Asunción is the pink Palacio de Gobierno - its not huge but its very pretty and right on the waterfront. Unfortunately ...