La Mision Hotel Boutique
Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... you want to get off. This is convenient but also leads to a lot of stopping at every single place passengers want to embark and disembark.
After 24 minutes on the bus, I shouted for a stop at 7:12 and then walked nine minutes back to my hotel room. Popped across the street to the grocery store and then had an ice-cream cone at the parlor in Mall Excelsior. Two scoops cost G8,000 ($1.70).
I went swimming at 8:10, showered, and worked on my ...
... br> I can see another bend to the right ahead. Now where is this alley going? Then, sudden relief. As I turned right with the alley, it cut quickly back to the left and there was its end! I had reached the slum’s western edge. Florencio Villamayor Street terminated at Rio Jejui Street. To the right I could see an entrance to the riverfront park and up the hill to the left were the plazas surrounding the Paraguay Capitol. Whew. I had returned to a place ...
... and American David Brent. He was all finger points and clicks, leaning back to an unnatural level in his recliner and using metaphors that didn't seem to make any sense. AT&T he end of our meeting, he told me to leave a copy of my CV at the main gate. "Say it's for Flash; That's what people call me"
I had been offered a position at San Andres (My old school) and Lumen (A brilliant American school where my hosts children attend) Having weighed up ...
... By the end of the week, both our heads hurt and Brad had been taught to do things in Guaraní that he still did not fully understand in Spanish.
After reconnect, we stayed in Asunción for a few days with our friends Miguel and Emily to catch up. For Peace Corps Volunteers this usually involves the finding and eating the most American-flavored food possible and cracking open a nice box of wine. We also took a trip out to Areguá for ...
... lady sit down next to us and start talking to us in english. She then decided to buy a dessert for us ! because apparently we HAD to try it ! it was a sort of glazed papaya with cheese called Mamon. she then payed and left. What a nice lady we thought !
A second lady comes to us and say that she is aboutto show to 2 foreign girls a very old churche entirely made out of wood, and also a historical museum, she says that we should go ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet