Sheraton Asuncion Hotel
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... border so something is very amiss. I ask the Chilean dude next to me when we will get there and he says, cinco mas horas. Five more hours. After another two hours we pick up on board meals from some roadside shack. White rice with a big piece of fried chicken. It's probably the best fried chicken I've ever had. No gristley bits, just pure white pollo with a crip and dry batter coating, and a hint of lemon with none of that weird 'in between' slime you get on a KFC / ...
... Museum, and Palacio de los Lopez (presidential palace).
Passed through Plaza of the Disappeared, which features a statue of dictator Alfredo Stroessner, who ruled Paraguay from 1954-89. The statue is broken apart and encased in a large cement block to represent the oppression of his dictatorship. Next on the tour came Manzana de La Rivera, a complex of colonial houses that are home to Asuncion’s municipal cultural center. I sat down at 2:57 ...
... KIRO radio from Seattle, home of the Seahawks, who are playing the Denver Broncos for the NFL title. I was then able to listen to the radio broadcast during the second half as I watched with the TV muted, but the radio feed was 10-15 seconds behind what I was seeing on TV, so it wasn’t a perfect solution. I guess if I ever find myself outside the United States on Super Bowl Sunday again, I should pay for the NFL’s premium live video and audio feed ...
... small apartment in their grounds which has A/C, comfortable beds and wifi. If you're ever in Fialadelfia, I commend you to stay with them.
After a few days in Filadelfia I caught the 7:30 bus south to visit Tim Curtis in a village called Rio Verde. He has been working with the Enhlet tribe for the past 30 years translating the entire bible to the local dialect. Through my parents connections, I've heard of his work but this was a first opportunity to visit his project. He took ...
... the ranch is really passionate about coco by products being used as biodiesel and when I mentioned that the company I had been working for had tried to break into the biodiesel market he packed Katie and I into his truck and took us to 3 different plants to try and get some business relationships going. I didn't realised that he was doing that until it was too late and ended up learning loads about the coco tree and its many uses. I thought it was great, poor katie was dragged around ...