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... for mate with them: they are usually very beautiful vases with a metal straw to sip their favorite brew, and most people also carry around a thermos of hot water to fill the cup from time to time, although there are boilers of hot water everywhere, at the bus station, at the hostel, in supermarkets, at gas stations. I guess we'll have to get us a cup and start drinking mate in industrial quantities as the Argentinians do; I think this is a kind of national drug.
Short bus trip of 5 hours to Posadas, a new national geographic episode with Agnes Obel and Foals! Got a very sweet coffee and a coconut liqour on the bus, no toilet paper tho! People come in every stop selling empanadas and other stuff (toilet paper would probably sell better). From 19 to 22sept it is feria in posadas! Right on time :-). Got a bus to town and walked around for a while, there were some nice plazas, ...
... left to rot and crumble.
Some, in Paraguay and Argentina, have been rescued and designated as World Heritage sites. Impressive both in scale and in the craftsmanship shown by the Guarani people who became stonemasons and the like (there were only two Jesuits on each site). The scale of social development of thousands of Gurani over a 100 year period was impressive and the Jesuit expulsion left them devasted.
Back and across the bridge into Argentina again (that made ...
... our hilltop destination. Little remains of this mission bar the ruins of the church itself, but the setting was picturesque, with sweeping views of the surrounding hills. We were struck by how similar the countryside in this part of Paraguay is to back home. The patchwork of cultivated fields separated by hedgerows and small clumps of woodland could easily have been somewhere in Hertfordshire, were it not for the stifling heat. I suppose we expected ...
... the plane but nothing happens. Finally we just walk inside, show credentials and get a taxi to town. The driver takes us on a tour of the water front explaining the relationship between Posadas and Paraguay across the river.
We walk around the town center, near our hotel and have a quiet evening in anticipation of the challenges in front ...