Hotel San Rafael
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... two rivers downstream to see the three border points of Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. Some photos, some quick souvenir purchases from the local Paraguayan handicraft sellers and we were soon on our way back to the hotel.
We were glad to take a rest after our exercise and excitement visiting this amazing place so we ordered dinner at the corner equivalent to Subway/Pizza Hut. Again the poor waitress could not answer our English question “How ...
... also a decent common room complete with TV and PS3.
We dumped our bags got the lowdown on the details of our plans from reception and headed out. We grabbed food at an American Embassy. My first visit of the trip. As pointed out by the tour guide in Sao Paulo relative to Brasil it is quite expensive, and on par with Bob's Burgers. McDonalds in this town is actually a big deal, it is used as a descriptive landmark.
After waiting ...
... Asian city. There were
heaps of market stalls and street hawkers trying to sell you everything from
socks to Tasers. Then in contrast above these stalls were very upmarket
department stores selling name brands in everything. We felt after an hour and
a half here we had seen it all because there was so much same. The border
crossings both ways went very smoothly. When we got back to ...
... construction there were 40k workers on site. Although they flooded villages and land to make it, they have created a reserve on both sides of the dam where they have rehoused many of animals. They are also building a university in the grounds.
loretta: This doesn't seem to make it the environmental catastrophe that has been said. Got me thinking would I rather 1 dam than 10 nuclear power stations? Difficult one in my line of ...
28th Heading to the iguazu falls on the Argentina side today. We decided to skip the Brazilian side as it was 50 reals to walk around the park and half of it is shut due to recent floods. While waiting for the bus in centro we went for a walk to see if we could exchange some US dollars with pesos off the street. However we only met guys who were offering **** rates so didn't exchange any money, going to wait until a good rate comes along ...