Hotel Casino Acaray
Travel Blogs from Ciudad Del Este
... of Paraguay:
"What is one word you would use to describe Paraguay?
"What will you never forget about Paraguay?
A: Petting a flightless bird name Pico, the family pet, in the kitchen at Granja El Roble.
E: The Howler monkey howling.
N: Itaipu Dam and that it provides most of Paraguay's and almost a fifth of Brazil's electricity.
What was your favorite Paraguayan food?
... while only technically an hour away, I had to cross through Brazil, to get there. I checked out, grabbed my stuff and walked the 45 minutes, downhill and across to the bus station and waited for a direct bus so that I didn't have to pass Brazilian customs.
When I got the bus, I was the only person who had to get off to get my Paraguay exit stamp. What happens while I'm in immigration. Stupid bus drives off. So there I am, in no ...
... It is going to be full on as per usual with tours and visit to a hacienda and ranch to have BBQ and watch the gauchos' work. Plus another Tango Show. Weather at this stage is forecast 15-18 brrrrrrrrrrr Arrived at hotel, just beautiful. Quiet nite with steak sandwich, Terry developed nasty head cold over last couple of days and is suffering with "worst case of man-flu around". Will be nice to spread out a little for these last 4 days, suitcase delving is getting ...
... path I was on some kind of high. We made our way back to the train stop and caught it back to Catarinas Station (?). From here we rushed and just made it on time for our Jungle Tour adventure to begin. The tour was nice because it was bilingual however boring and in the hot sun I found myself dozing. Side note: somethings I forgot to describe. First of all everywhere, the roads seemed to be tinged with red - the colour of the soil here. Secondly in the park ...
After another week in Buenos Aires, Spanish class and a lot of catching up with friends I met along the way, Jesica and me left for visiting the Iguazu Falls and flew into Port do Iguazu. After having a relaxed evening at the pool, we took the bus next morning to the national park and spotted masses of people moving in like kettle. I had to pay as a foreigner almost 3 times the price of the Argentineans. I guess they ...