Hotel Maison suisse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... you want to get off. This is convenient but also leads to a lot of stopping at every single place passengers want to embark and disembark.
After 24 minutes on the bus, I shouted for a stop at 7:12 and then walked nine minutes back to my hotel room. Popped across the street to the grocery store and then had an ice-cream cone at the parlor in Mall Excelsior. Two scoops cost G8,000 ($1.70).
I went swimming at 8:10, showered, and worked on my ...
... I walked past a soccer field on the right. After the soccer field, there was another street – but only to the right leading toward the river. I didn’t know if there’d be a way out that direction. I want to turn left and head back uphill into the heart of Asuncion. I continued walking. I can’t believe how far I’ve walked without finding a single street to the left. I feel trapped in here! I’ve gotten myself into a bad ...
I had made the decision that my blog would be regularly updated when I was in Paraguay. I felt I would have days to spare, lying around the house filling these pages with notes from a far off land. Instead, I have been hurriedly visiting schools, catching up with friends and seeing a side to Paraguay I have never before seen. I'm sorry for those of you who avidly read the blog and thus, would have been extremely disappointed by the lack of updates (Grandad) but I feel then, this blog has ...
... a winter camp which they were nice enough to ask for our help just hours before it was going to start. The camp was designed to provide a safe place for children to play as well as a chance to receive a bit of food during the vacation. Originally, DEQUINE had grander plans for these vacations, but the activities ended being the DEQUINE people bringing a ball for soccer games while we did arts and crafts with the kids that were interested. There were ...
... of Spanish negotiations. It was alright though, we got a real taste of daily Paraguayan life.
After the ranch we went back to Concepcion and splashed out on our hotel so that we could swim and sunbathe. We bought some wine, drank it from an altered water bottle and spent the afternoon by the pool. We returned to Katie's favourite restaurant so that we could have her funny sugar drink. I knew that I should have used the restroom before we left, but didn't so when we got ...