Hotel Maison suisse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... point that is furthest from the border of a country in the world.
We thought that when we reached the paved road it would be plain sailing but before we reached Asuncion we had a further 8 police checks (We had already had 2 by this time). 10 times the bus was stopped and police came on checked peoples bags, checked the hold, looked for hidden compartments etc. Each one took up to 20min and it was painful especially as we were ...
... 3:03 a.m. Tomorrow I travel by bus across Paraguay and then will cross into Brazil. I’ve enjoyed my time in Asuncion but wish I had a couple more days as there’s still some museums and other sights I never made it to. It didn’t help that my first two days here were the weekend and many sights were closed, plus I was recovering from a cold and the exhaustion of an early-morning flight here from Argentina after my expedition to Antarctica came to an end.
... could feel more safe. My walk through La Chacarita had lasted about 14 minutes but felt at least twice as long. I climbed above the shantytown onto Congress Plaza and took some photos from the safety of some distance. I don’t know how much crime occurs in La Chacarita but it’s fair to assume there aren’t many white tourists wandering through there alone very often. I didn’t like putting myself in a situation where I felt vulnerable, even if ...
... family home. Within minutes, a special guest, with an uncanny resemblance to his father, dressed in red, donning a big white beard knocked on the door, making his annual appearance.
'Santa' possessed a list of all the children living in the house, which detailed their behaviour over the past twelve months. His sack contained gifts, do be hand delivered to each child, beginning with the youngest. With the crowd enraptured, the family listened intently ...
... week was my first opportunity to venture into the Chaco region of Paraguay. Comprising 60% of the land but containing only 3% of the population, this vast! shrub and swampland is inhabited by two main groups; Indeginous and Mennonite. I was receiving a lift with a Domenika, who was to be my host, along with a her husband Ernesto and their two daughters. She was a teacher in the local school and Ernesto was acting as the Head of Education. They were taking me to Filadelfia, the capital of ...