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... too many foreign tourists. So it was great to have a long conversation with both of my lunch-counter companions. The man and woman were intrigued what I was doing in Paraguay and what I thought of their country so far. They were disappointed to hear I’m leaving tomorrow to head to Iguazu Falls, Brazil. The man, Juanjo, said he’d love to show me around some great places in the countryside if only I were staying through the weekend.
My lunch ...
... copper wire and aluminum cans to sell at scrap yards.
While a few segments of Paraguay’s population is prospering, “much of the country, which has long figured among South America’s poorest and most unequal nations, remains left behind,” the Times reported. “More than 30% of the population lives in poverty, according to the central bank, and Paraguay ranks near the bottom among South American countries in ...
... mean", I asked, giving him a chance to expand on his choice of questioning. Of course, Rasmus wasn't under the illusion that Santa Claus exists, but this did give him the platform to regale us all with another Swedish Christmas tradition: Each Christmas Eve, as the clock approached midnight, Rasmus' Father would make his routinely excuses and disappear from the family home. Within minutes, a special guest, with an uncanny resemblance to his father, ...
... a winter camp which they were nice enough to ask for our help just hours before it was going to start. The camp was designed to provide a safe place for children to play as well as a chance to receive a bit of food during the vacation. Originally, DEQUINE had grander plans for these vacations, but the activities ended being the DEQUINE people bringing a ball for soccer games while we did arts and crafts with the kids that were interested. There were ...
... better. Also sharing with an Israeli and few others. Food here is the tits, and every thing is so cheap!!!! One dollar aus for fresh juice, we had a feed at the steakhouse here with drinks and heaps food. Jack Daniels steak. Biggest corn on the cob I've ever seen! Ate like kings. Cab back was about $1.20AUS. We will prob stay here for ages cause it's the best! Lots of things to do. Sorry we hadn't blogged for a bit, obviously in our situation you can't be to put out ...
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