Hotel Maison suisse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s the baby again. Yeah?
I feel the waves of poo coming at me once more. It's nearly 11pm, we must be almost there now. It looks like city outside. I clench my buttocks harder than a Ugandan preacher at Brighton Pride. Finally, we make it... after a mere 29 hours on the road. I hurdle the other passengers, grab my bag and run for the taxi rank, making it to the hostel just in time to relieve my watery, brown pay-load all over their spotless porcelain bowl.
“Inspired by Paris’ L’Hotel National des Invalides, the Panteon Nacional de los Heroes houses the remains of several important figures of Paraguay’s history,” according to Other Places. “These include Carlos Antonio Lopez and son Mariscal Francisco Solano Lopez (under whose direction the building was originally conceived), and Chaco War hero Mariscal Jose Felix Estigarribia. There are also symbolic tombs for ...
... the water as I kayaked in Antarctica.
Unfortunately I found the galerias closed. I went back to Lavanderia Cristalina at 6:11 to pick up my laundry but was told it wasn’t ready yet (even though she had told me earlier to come back at 6:00 to claim my clothes). Now she says come back after 7:00. Ugh. :-(
It’s 102º outside right now. The high today in Asuncion was 104º. The city is being blasted by a severe ...
... enough I found a dead, baby scorpion and did not have the guts to move it. I padded out my bedroom door with towels on all sides and hopped into bed, turning and waking with every slight noise. When I awoke, my lip was swollen, like the feeling you get after anaesthetic at the dentist. Yes, I think I was bitten by something and yes, I probably ate it in my sleep afterwards.
After some further breakfast, Tim dropped me off at the Ruta Trans Chaco and I waited for my bus. A ...
Having posed for our check out photo at the hostel we set off for the bus station. We came across a crowd gathering and thought maybe a protest/family gathering/trapped miner. Intrigued by the news cameras we asked what was going on - they've found a hand was the answer, what's the response to that? A different guy was very proud to usher the tourists to see 'the ...