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... engineering are spectacular. I love being there. The young couple equally enjoyed it, as it is a great part of what he is studying in school.
We stayed in Encarnación and continued visiting ruins Saturday. We had to head back Saturday evening because of obligations on Sunday. We had a training in Pinozá for Capilla Abierta.
The drive is around 6 or 7 hours long. Luckily ...
... about it, but mi amor was so excited, I went along. Had I turned the page and looked at all the other maps, I would have been shown that it only goes part way. For some reason the map we chose showed it went all the way, nope, it does not. We did our usual turn around. It made us very late into the night.
Driving in the daytime takes both of us. It takes 4 eyes. Driving at night, with the motorcycles ...
... 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 ...
... to leave at 130PM. Nah, Prefer not waiting so to look another ticket counter. Found one the company of RYSE bus to leave at 1130AM, I paid PYG60,000.
Im feeling bad way back Urbanian Hostel that I forget a key drop in. I still has a key with me. I'll return to hostel to give it back.
Sat at the front of upper seat to see the view. It was nice courtyard. Too frequently stopped to ...
... of approval; it's a crying shame there was no more rum for seconds! Sunday 13 July: Izabela's famous pancakes for breakfast, whoop whoop! In the north of Peru I found gluten free flour which meant I could finally partake in pancakey goodness; and good it was too- and so filling I didn't need lunch! Am important part of Paraguay's history is the Jesuit reductions and missionaries. I don't know the story in full detail- but apparently there is a ...