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... lots of Argentinians go to Encarnacion for day trips to buy cheap electrical goods and Paraguayans cross the bridge to buy cheaper petrol and meat amongst other things. We visited the Jesús de Tavarangue and Trinidad missions both built in the 17th century. The Jesuits created the missions to try and protect the Guarani natives in Paraguay, Brazil & Argentina from the Spanish and Portuguese and also to try ...
... and it's three grand entrances. This is the main and most famous view of the ruins. It was stunning. We listened to the audio that explained what each section was used for. It was really interesting and we were happy to know that Argentina does actually have some interesting, historical sights. We had planned on going to get bus tickets to Corrientes and then headed to Santa Ana, but the ladies at the bus terminal confused the **** out of us ...
... right?!) everyone drinks tereré. It's an ice cold herbal tea (yerba mate) which is refreshing and addictive. So I'm becoming local...and in England when it's cold I'm gonna have it with hot water to make a hot tea to keep me warm. Oh but they engraved it with Paraguay and my name, which you think they would mess up but NO...they mess up the year and put 2113. Typical Paraguayans. So it's a future thermos and decided to leave it as it is for comedy value. I also learnt a lot ...
... packed out with locals enjoying the swimming pools and forested tracks. Evidently not in Spring where, despite being hot for British standards, no-one was there. Literally no one. Still I walked about the woods which was pleasant enough and had a splash in the stream running through it before heading back slowly to Encarnacion. I didn't even have to pay to get in. Score for my broke bank balance.
At the bus stop on the way back I got chatting to ...
... the hostel, Tori started to cook dinner whilst David paid for the room. We met a couple of ladies in the hostel kitchen, Katie and Nellie. Before we knew it we were out for a few drinks with them in the small town.
The following day - 7th March (Toris Birthday) we all wanted to visit the Santisma Jesuit ruins and agreed that we would go there together. We set off at 10 am and it took maybe 45 mins to an ...