Villa Morra Suites
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... the high temperature on all four days I’ve been here! That is well above the average high this time of year of 90º. The hike down took 15 minutes. I waited on Avenida Domingo Peron for a bus back to downtown, not having any cash for a taxi, just a few coins in my pocket. Not sure how I grossly miscalculated how much cash I’d need today. I don’t even feel like I’ve spent that much money yet my wallet is empty! So frustrating when that happens. ...
... out of the slum. This alley just kept going on and on for what seemed like forever. There’s nowhere to turn! Little did I know there’s no street grid in La Chacarita. But I don’t want to turn around and go back out the way I came in because I’d have to walk by all these people again and then I would definitely look lost and confused. So I just kept placing one foot in front of another as quickly as I could, all while my eyes are ...
... and Terere (a traditional Paraguayan tea, drunk by ALL!) with a couple of old-timers on a bench, one of whom was wearing a "Staples Superstore" T-Shirt gifted to him by a friend from England. We remarked it was a reputable store before making our exit. A 20 minute ride and we were back in Asuncion. The first of many, "Off the beaten track" adventures I hope. Infact, I hope to forge a completely new path in Paraguay. ...but not tonight, pint at the Brittania it ...
... Brazilians just go to Paraguay for shopping.
I took a bus to Asuncion. As soon as I arrived I jumped in the hostel's pool, it was boiling hot and humid. Asuncion hasn't got that much to offer, sightseeing is a matter of max. two hours. But in the hostel I bumped into nice people who had friends in Asuncion. With this group we went out to a surprisingly posh club by the river. Lot's of very pretty girls but Paraguayans are still far away from the booty ...
... myself and hoped for the best!
The hostel in Asuncion, El Jardin, was really pretty. It was a little hippie colony, covered in fairy lights and surrounded by native fauna, right up my alley, I defiantly recommend it.
El Roble, the ranch, was stunning. Katie was right about the animals, only she left out my new found fear of large birds. They wouldn't leave me alone and they had crazy talons and one even had barbs on his wings, literally birds from hell. The guy ...