La Mision Hotel Boutique
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... Then we go to 'Shopping Villa Mora'. A 4-story mall with only European and American stores. Nearly everything in English, except the prices, and I pine for the old mission days when Paraguay was my deepest love because I felt like it was the 'real South America' that every National Geographic whet my appetite with for the love of ...
... 160; "....exactly; not the kind of personality you're seeing here." Another emphatic nod by me. "and, that is how I lived my entire life. In the background. Sober. Withdrawnish. I fit the mold of the jobs I had. When I gave my mission farewell I clearly stated '...that I was going to find people to teach." But, from what I could tell, and I think he was expressing the same, he found, himself. He remade the dour into the doer. ...
... us for the full hour (even though he was supposed to get off after 30min), got off with us at the righ bus stop and even walked us to the hostel ! Plus he paid for our bus tickets because (typically newbie travellers) the Paraguayan notes we had were too big and the driver did not accept them….so a big thank you to Alejandro for giving us such a nice welcome to his
country ! :)
Asuncion itself, to be ...
So that is different than the other South American countries I've been to yet.
I have only been to the bus station yet and there are lots of little market stands and women walking around with a little basket selling medication and other things to the waiting people. Even kids walk around trying to sell me stuff, put play cards in my hand, hair ties and little dolls. That's actually the first time I've seen kids working like that and it made me upset and wondering how poor this ...
... has been to asuncion before and recommended this particular hostel to me so thought we'd give it a try, it was a fairly small hostel about 15mins walk from the centre of town run by a young french couple, nice and clean but obviously as were still pretty much in winter/early spring it didn't get much use! There wasn't a huge amount to see in the town to be honest, we went out with some of the hostel people on the first night to a nice bar ...