Sheraton Asuncion Hotel
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... it turned out there was no way you were going to be able to smuggle drugs.
Over 20hrs later we arrived in Asuncion around 10.45pm in the evening and it had been a mad and crazy journey. The first 100kms or so to the Bolivian border were normal and we crossed without too much fuss with a quick stop at immigration to stamp out. When we reached the Paraguay border everyone had to get off the bus, take their luggage off while they ran ...
... A Line 23 bus turned the corner only a minute after I got to the avenue, but I saw the number too late to wave it down. Thankfully another Line 23 bus came by one minute later! :-) The fare was G2,400 (51¢). Bus fares used to be G2,300 but went up G100 effective last month. What’s interesting/disorganized about Asuncion’s bus system is there are no bus stops. You flag one down wherever you are and it will stop. Then you have to yell at the driver to ...
... out of the slum. This alley just kept going on and on for what seemed like forever. There’s nowhere to turn! Little did I know there’s no street grid in La Chacarita. But I don’t want to turn around and go back out the way I came in because I’d have to walk by all these people again and then I would definitely look lost and confused. So I just kept placing one foot in front of another as quickly as I could, all while my eyes are ...
... focal day for festive celebrations, like much of mainland Europe is the 24th, not the 25th. Not wanting to snub the offer from our hosts, we sat down to a huge banquet with the rest of the hostel. Treats included, bean salad, tuna steak in the juice of a coconut tree, loads of chicken, beef steak, potato salad, bread-cake (very popular in South America), cheese, trifle... You get the idea. All this, and not a turkey leg or Brussel sprout in sight. And this was ...
... sic of buses and ****** food. About halfway in some random city we changed buses then began our ascent up into the andes mountains. Absolutely incredible views! Little ****** townships all the way. The rubbish which was still shocking us was even just as bad all along the highway up and over the andes. Got our first taste of altitude sickness when the bus stopped somewhere along one of the peaks where the highway ran along. Then finally made it into la Paz !! huge city!! So ...