La Mision Hotel Boutique
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Tunage - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrSmq0o Ujbk
How the hell did I get to Paraguay? I wasn't intending to go there. Everyone I've spoken to told me it was rubbish and not to bother.
So I turned up for my 11.05 flight from Sao Paulo to Santa Cruz, Bolivia at 10.00 sharp. Tried to check in on the self serve machine. Boards said Check-In 'C'. Machine told me I couldn't use it to check in an international flight. Showed hapless attendant my printed ...
... like the maté that the Argentinians and Uruguyans are obsessed with, but freezing cold rather than steaming hot, and transported along with massive thermoses of ice, and with added herbal varieties in addition to the standard yerba maté. Everywhere you go, on the streets of Asuncion, these herbs are laid out from which to choose, chamomile, mint, lemongrass, you name it. Also, understanding the local vernacular, we realize, may take some time. The most common indigenous ...
... I was calling collect, but she wasn’t understanding me. I realized continued argument would be futile and paid the bill.
Returned to Casa Juliana and this time my card was approved and I heard the glorious sound of the receipt printing from the credit-card swiper. Thank goodness that’s resolved. Finally I have a new camera, a Casio QV-R300. I took the first photo with my new camera at 1:52, a selfie of me looking annoyed at having to buy ...
... Like the presidential palace, Museo del Cabildo was glowing in a brilliant pink color as the evening sun lit it up.
Asuncion is full of plazas and the next one was just across the street: Independence Plaza. I reached this plaza at 6:17, culminating my walk around many of the major sights. From Independence Plaza, I strolled 13 minutes back to my hotel room.
Changed into my swimsuit and went downstairs for a dip in the pool, which felt ...
As I went to leave his house to walk the 20 metres to my accomodation Tim turned and said: "Take this torch with you. We do get snakes, spiders and scorpions around here. Just don't put you hands or feet where you can't see. I'll wake you up at 6"
Thanks Tim. Any hope of a restful nights sleep was immediately and irrevocably dashed in that moment. I sprinted across the gap, struggled to get the key in the door and spent 30 minutes scouring the hut for anything ...