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... for is for the Jesuit Missionaries that happened in the 17th and 18th century. (For whatever reason I struggle to say Jesuit, which Frankie and James used to laugh at me for. I don't know which language I'm trying to pronounce it in but it took me a whole weekend to remember to say it properly in English.) So rather then go to this amazing national park in Paraguay with lots of animals and cool landscape (like we first wanted to do) we went an hour out of Encarnacíon to ...
... arts being in a more extra-curricular capacity. When I expressed a few misgivings about how that arrangement might work, the possibility of teaching a 4th Grade class was discussed.
Essentially, I find myself in the same position I did in Lima. Good offers from good schools. Having put the idea of returning to work in February on the backburner, I know find myself seriously thinking about the possibility. Paraguay and I have history. There are ...
... already have told me to be carefull with my bags in encarnacion, people steal stuff a lot and even cut bags open and things like that. Good to know.... Very difficult in a full bus, but i think i made it with all my belogings. A lot of people speak spanish with an indian accent. And there are areas where people speak an old type of german. Went to bed early (it is an hour earlier here) ready for tomorrow: trinidas and ...
... checked out the Jesus de Tavarangue mission first which is situated in a little town called jesus. So the pharmacy is jesus pharmacy, the snack shop is jesus snack shop etc. As you can imagine the place is one big ruin. The Trinidad mission back near the crossroads was bigger and more impressive, with a tower you could climb for the best overall view and a short projected video before you look around. Strolled around Encanacion town when we came back. Very ...
... crossing a bridge over the “Adam and Eve” falls, we were 25ft. away from eachother when lightening struck 100 yards behind Easton, and we both felt it “crack” around us. This is an unbelievable storm, and over the water fall it’s breathtaking.
Around 17:00 we took the train out of the park and back to the bike, we wanted to get out of the border town before the weekend and Posadas is only 240 miles away. This is our first ride ...