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We arrived by coach on Saturday night in Ponta Pora, the chief border town between Paraguay and Brazil . In fact, we got off the bus in Paraguay and walked across the road into Brazil. Amazingly, the Border Police don´t work weekends and so the next day we had to go to the official´s private house to get our passports stamped. Fortunately, we got there early as the woman was on her way out! This is just one example of why it´s not a ...
We woke early in Pedro Juan Caballero, ready to face the border. After a rather lousy attempt at breakfast including florescent green juice, we donned our bags and asked for the way to the Paraguayan immigration. We were told 2 blocks to the left and 4 blocks to the right. We got there, no sign of any office, so we asked again and were told it was 4 more blocks in the direction we were walking. We walked that, still no sign of an office, so we asked again. Were then told 16 more blocks ...
... Brittania Bar for the fantastic burgers and chips that they make. After a pina colada and a glass of wine, we returned to the room as Rocky VI was playing in English on the TV! Sad, yes I know!
Next morning we woke to glorious sunshine streaming in through our huge window, so I did the washing and hung it outside to dry- which for the first time, happened within a few hours! We had a few walks, mainly to find food ...
Leaving from Bonito, I arrived in Ponta Porã after travelling the whole day. I stopped in Jardim for 4 hours waiting for my second bus, but I was feeling right. Just sat in an internet place for a while. At night, I went to the first hotel indicated in the travel book and then I could discover the city. Actually, there are two cities : Ponta Porã and Pedro Juan de Caballero. If I cross the street, I cross the boarder and there is no wall or any ...
... and on the other side is the Brazilian town of Ponta Pora - you cna jsut walk over. Unfortunaly we needed to fget stamped to be legal. After finding the paraguayen immgration office looked for the brazilian one which was 2km in the other direction along the avenue.... Got there, unliek the paraguayan which opened at 7am this one only opened at 9am but we could get in a ...
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