Hotel La Espanola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... She pretended she could read English. Wasted a few more minutes. Told her I was flying to Bolivia. So, she pointed me to the queue for international check in. Bloke manning the queue looked at my paper and told me there was a 'a problem'. Shouted at his colleague, "Santa Cruz?" She wagged her finger and mouthed, "No, that's done". But she may as well have rubbed her forefinger across her throat in a mocking 'slit' gesture as far as I was concerned. After 2011's ...
... 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.
... was unfounded.
Next I headed downhill into Litoral Park along the Asuncion Bay. The waterfront avenue, recently completed, is called Avenida Costanera. It’s closed to cars on Sundays apparently as it was full of bicyclists and pedestrians out in the 100º heat. Everything now looked so…… normal. People out enjoying themselves on a Sunday evening along the waterfront. Hard to imagine I had just minutes ago been wandering through the ...
... me to a doctor. Thing is, I didn't want to get stuck in Concepcion so I'm just gonna keep an eye on it, if it looks like I have blood poising or if I get a fever I'll go to the doctor. Kate isn't impressed but agrees that since I had jeans on, and they didn't tear, my chances of contracting rabies are slim. Though in a country where I'm often dehydrated, I'd hate to become hydrophobic!
Now off to Laguna Blanca! (Maybe, were not quite sure how to get there, I hope this is the right ...
... but both the bus driver and the lady behind us told us to move on. Leaving our passports behind at any place was not in my book of common sense travel! Especially, because this was the third time we were entering the country and each other time we were handed our passports in our hands.... But we had no choice and continued, the bags were scanned and we got back on the bus. Shortly after, the conductor came upstairs to hand everyone their documents and we drove ...