Hotel Casino Acaray
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad Del Este
... there were the Falls in their full fury!
Zina and I felt that we were very fortunate to be able to see these natural wonders of the world on a perfect, sunny day. We spent time enjoying the rainbows and spray on our faces at the bottom of the Falls before heading back up the path to walk along the top rim. These are the most beautiful Falls I have ever seen, partially because they are in such a gorgeous tropical setting. Please see ...
... with the Oxford boys (sorry Adam and Eliot), who did not disappoint with our costumes, looking like Esmeraldas we joined the locals! The crowded streets and random floats with cheap drinks on the streets, we got in full swing of carnival! The following day a little worse for wear we hit the beach, evidently we were not with it as we picked a spot right on the waters edge...obviously getting drenched within 5 minutes. It was then time to hit the sambadrone to witness the ...
... from just above. Especially Diablo the big one. We were lucky because up until 4 days before this viewpoint had been closed due to high rainfall flooding all the boardwalks in the previous wet season. -Boat ride under the waterfalls They gave us dry sacks to put our things in. Last minute when I saw the driver put on a full set of rain gear I decided to put my shoes in a dry bag too. I am glad I did because we got so wet you would think we were thrown overboard. ...
I don't know where to start. We all have preconceived notion about somethings, moreover we have over dependance and imagination woven based on google. But everything disintegrates in reality. For first few minutes, I felt like an Alien when trying to speak in English and my broken Spanish for direction. People just did not understand me. Hot, humid, mosquito bites, big backpack and backpain from yesterday. Oh, and a new country and a new ...
... rain that quickly turned the streets into rivers we were all feeling a little tetchy and not in particularly good moods and we jumped on a still moving bus back to Brasil. I've been debating whether this little visit to Paraguay really counts as another country to add to the list particularly since a girl in Floripa talked with distane about going to countries 'just for the <passport> stamps'. Although she plans on visiting every country in ...