La Mision Hotel Boutique
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... the three flights. Scotty charmed someone at Delta, via an Indian call center, and they reassigned us and put us together on one of the flights and closer on the second flight. A gentleman traded Scotty so that we were able to be together for the 10 plus hour leg of the journey to Sao Paulo. In Sao Paulo we were approached by a darling Brazilian couple headed home after spending several months in Orem, Utah getting their brother ...
... squiz on Skyscanner which told me there was no chancre of booking a flight to Bolivia on the same day for less than a ridiculous 750 quid. I figured the following day would be cheaper and thankfully there was one reasonably priced flight to Bolivia that flew via Asuncion. Not as convenient as my direct flight but I was itching to leave Brazil so this would have to do. Only major downsides (apart from paying twice) was that the stopover in Asuncion was about 14 hours and ...
... truly comfortable, despite the mosquitos and the heat and humidity, interrupted only by frequent violent thunderstorms.
*** Incidentally, including these two dental appointments required to both take the impression and to collect the night guard, we have six dental visits this year in Latin America under our belts. Our grand total bill has now reached a whopping $128.19, and never was there ANY paperwork, not even to write our first names, unless I asked for a receipt. Interesting. ...
... replacement camera AND having my credit card denied while trying to do so! Adding insult to injury. :-(
By the time I left Galeria Central, it was 2:00. All that time wasted dealing with problems instead of out seeing the sights of Asuncion. It’s so dejecting to spend vacation time like this. :-( I haven’t seen anything yet today. But first it’s time to go find lunch.
I reached the intersection of Palma Street and ...
... was unfounded.
Next I headed downhill into Litoral Park along the Asuncion Bay. The waterfront avenue, recently completed, is called Avenida Costanera. It’s closed to cars on Sundays apparently as it was full of bicyclists and pedestrians out in the 100º heat. Everything now looked so…… normal. People out enjoying themselves on a Sunday evening along the waterfront. Hard to imagine I had just minutes ago been wandering through the ...