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... over the bridge and through immigration, we found the reality of the city. Extreme poverty, extreme homelessness, cardboard homes, filth. More than we have seen in Paraguay. Guilt started to overwhelm me. We had just dropped money, needlessly, to spend a night in another country. We could have donated that money. These thoughts were within the first mile of leaving the bridge. Sometimes the reality of how little ...
... around yelping and then sat down and howled like a wolf howling at the moon, it was bizarre and very funny! She then ran round in a big circle and then with a bit of encouragement she came over to us, she then stayed with us for the rest of our visit (she was extremely friendly and very dirty).
Even though there was nothing going on in San Ignacio we enjoyed the chance to just do very little before moving on to Puerto Iguassu, near the Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls.
... hostel available as there arenīt that many so we ended up in a hotel and although it was only a 3 star it felt like luxury to us with hairdryer, cable tv and an excellent breakfast! The square was just a short walk away and it had beautiful Christmas decorations for such a small place.
We were heading to San Ignacio next, the site of some more missions and edging ever
closer to Iguassu Falls!
... coast' as it's called here, even though it's just a river, but across the river is Paraguay, so that was kind of cool to look at, even if we were walking in almost gale force winds. A note on night buses, as we've been asked about it a fair but lately. There are several classes of bus, semi-bed, bed, and suite. We always, naturally, go for the cheapest option; semi-bed. The seats recline a little more than aeroplane seats, and have more leg room than aeroplane seats ...
En route to Encarnacion, we found ourselves at Posadas bus terminal at 5am. With time on our hands before the border (officially) opened, we decided to leave our bags at the bus station and venture out to the Mission of San Ignacio Mini.
In the early 17th-century, Jesuit missionaries created reducciones (settlements) where the indigenous Guarani were introduced to European high culture, new crafts, new crops and new methods ...