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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... Guaraní, is liberally mixed in with the Spanish spoken here, so although we have returned to our comfort zone, back into a Spanish speaking country from Portuguese speaking Brazil, it is not without a twist.
I have read that the government of Paraguay is known to be amongst the world's most corrupt. In 2012, it was ranked 150 out of 174 countries in order of corruption, 1 being the least corrupt, in a survey by Transparency International Corruption Perceptions ...
... landscapes,for the most part Paraguay is a land of flat wide open plains highly suitable for cattle ranching and crop growing and in these two industries the country is highly technically advanced thanks in due part to the efficiency of the German immigrants.Heading North East from Yaguaron though we started to move into some elevated territory although I say that with caution when talking about 800m above sea level it was hardly Alpine,but never the less it was a refreshing ...
... I also got to see my first police dog in South America smelling for drugs I think. Clearly Bolivia is dodge. Just before I left I did learn that coca leaves were only legal in Peru and Bolivia yesterday so lucky for me I didn't like them so much and decided to leave them behind or I don't know what would have happened at the border...Damn I could have been on the daily mail...nah. So we drove hours through the Chaco area which is the Wild West of South America. For ages were ...
... the culture as well as survival skills. I'm so anxious to meet my host family tomorrow!
The weather here is humid, rainy and about 70 degrees during the day, but the temperature drops rapidly at night. We were told that the day we got here was the nicest day they'd had in weeks. I hope that's a good sign:)
I hope this post finds you all well and enjoying the summer. I miss and love you all. I'll post again soon.
... calculator is coming in handy.So after getting to our hostel it was lunch followed by a few drinks at The Brittania pub in Asuncion.The place to be seen.Our room is very small but we do have our own bathroom and it has a POOL.Oh yes.So we are off for a march around town after our morning swim.The temperature has gone up to the mid 90's and the humidity is stifling.What we have to put up with eh?Wish you were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service