Hotel La Espanola
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to budget and save and get by on little or nothing. If we did not have the money, we did not charge things. We use that knowledge every day at our Center.
Hard for me to say that I am grateful for the trials of my life and my kids lives and my parents and siblings. My trials are mostly watching the challenges of my kids and grandkids. But, the things that they have ...
... hanging-into-the-street" secured. But, that doesn't really matter because the #56 never comes. 60; This 'drop off' happened at 9:00 p.m. after a long day of Capillas Abiertas (open house) in the chapel at Lucerito. This was the additional job we volunteered to do beyond our current PEF responsibilities. Hey, it comes with a 4-wheel drive pickup and preparation day extinguished. Why not? 60; We were able ...
Yay, our first real blog entry from actually an exotic place !! The flights from London to Asuncion were as smooth as they could be, no issues…trying to get from the airport to the hostel turned out to be a bit more of a challenge. Obviously we googled before arrival how to get there and it simply said « take the 30 bus from the airport » to a street near the hostel. Sounded simple enough. In my naive European mind I ...
... and me Google translate, but we still had a few laughs.
After checking in I went almost straight to bed and the next day, except for a little grocery shopping tour for my 21 hour bus ride to Bolivia I almost only spent on the pool.
When I left I went to the bu station just outside of the hostel. The bus came after only a few minutes of waiting.
Standing in a more than full as full bus with all your life on your back (at the moment about 21 kg I guess) ...
... It declared itself independent from the Spanish in 1811, in the Pink Palace. Then in the late 1800s, Paraguay was left to defend itself against Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay in the Trination war, which is reported to have left Paraguay with as few as 200,000 sole survivors (80% of them were women). The reason for this war is still unknown. The Brazilian side of the story is 'classified' ...