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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... with two Swedish guys, Joel and Rasmus and a Belgian guy, Hidde. The topic of conversation turned to Christmas, with us each talking about typical Christmas traditions in our homeland. After one such anicdote, Rasmus turned to me with a distressed look on his face, "Hey man, but, you still have Santa Claus right!?" Thinking that this was simply lost in translation, I laughed it off, yet his confused, almost frightened, face remained fixed on me. "How ...
... but still there seems to be a persistent problem. DEQUINE provides preventative shampoo, but some of the houses are so infested that it has been difficult to fix the problem. Even now we know there is a persistent problem within one of the schools.
At the end of July, we went back to the training center in Guarambare for "Reconnect." This is a training event scheduled for 3 months into service and is a wonderful opportunity to catch up ...
... sic of buses and ****** food. About halfway in some random city we changed buses then began our ascent up into the andes mountains. Absolutely incredible views! Little ****** townships all the way. The rubbish which was still shocking us was even just as bad all along the highway up and over the andes. Got our first taste of altitude sickness when the bus stopped somewhere along one of the peaks where the highway ran along. Then finally made it into la Paz !! huge city!! So ...
... it. Their guaranese and Spanish is poor but the government support them to a small extent.
The rest of the day was spent trying to book a ticket to Bolivia. We have to go tomorrow now!
Asuncion is the safest, quietest capital city I have ever been to! But there are only 4million people in the country. Mad to think that there were 2.3million in Rio for nye!
... sight they were! And we got very wet! The next day we went to see the Itaipu damn! Not quite as breath taking as the falls and I think both me and Rose had very mixed feelings about them! They were built on indigenous land and destroyed a lot of wildlife and apparently some falls to give Iguazú a run for their money! The next day it was time to go to the Argentinian side of the falls. This was a more close up view of them and again we got very wet ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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