Puerto Valle - Hotel de Esteros
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with the rest of the group :) We handed over all 14 passports and hoped for the best. A short while later it looked like all passports were about to be handed back when nope, our 4 were kept behind the safety glass and a stern looking man approached Izabela. After an appropriate amount of time we were told if we paid a 'fine' of $65USD then they would issue us a transit visa. Here's hoping we don't have any problem getting out if the country in 4 ...
So, still making our way slowly back to the border to get back to Brasil, and Posadas just happened to be on our route. Another night bus, with minimal sleep, we didn't book ahead anywhere, we just turned up at a hostel and luckily they had enough space for us. We were pretty exhausted, but never one to waste a day of good weather we took a walk around the centre, scouted out a good place to watch the opening match of the Brazil World Cup 2014, and took a long stroll ...
... He had an interesting story, living in the remote campo of Paraguay, speaking more Guarani than Spanish, teaching the locals how to obtain better yields from their crops, and promote sustainable farming.We went out for dinner and he introduced to me the Paraguayan lomito, basically the kebabs, the lebanese shops in Perth sell to drunk people at 3am. Overall pretty tasty. I tried to work out what i was going to do in the next few days so a lot of research was done before i headed off to ...
... missionaries fought. The images were projected through sprays of water. Finding it so interesting we decided to go see them during the day and to the sister ruins in Santa Anna nearby. Back to the San Ignacio ruins in the morning to see them during the day. They were beautiful. So much detail in the stone work and it's all still visible today. As you begin to walk through the ruins you are greeted with a view of the remaining facade of ...
... was beautiful. The water was clear and warm enough to go in so being by the beach these last few days was amazing. That evening we decided to take it 'easy' and go to an all you can eat Brazilian. 5/10 courses later we were stuffed (oh since I've come to Paraguay I got my appetite back and no dodgy stomach anymore woo, but getting fat again instead, which is fine for the next 2 weeks because I'm still considered 'skinny' in South America). The other famous thing that Encarnacíon ...