Sheraton Asuncion Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Got up at noon! Abit hungover! Glad have an aleve pill, missed the free breakfast before 11AM. I customer picked to order a quesadilla de pollo(PYG 14,000) delicious.
a guy who works here in that hostel. He is a very nice. He acknowledges yo tell me where is the direction of Asuncion. All I got there is correct where I wanna be.
... like the maté that the Argentinians and Uruguyans are obsessed with, but freezing cold rather than steaming hot, and transported along with massive thermoses of ice, and with added herbal varieties in addition to the standard yerba maté. Everywhere you go, on the streets of Asuncion, these herbs are laid out from which to choose, chamomile, mint, lemongrass, you name it. Also, understanding the local vernacular, we realize, may take some time. The most common indigenous ...
... was typical to the style of the Jesuits image,made out of bricked mud, dark timbers, white washed walls and the roof was tiled in terra cota .The interior was remarkably preserved for a building over 350 years old and to add to that first impression the paint work had still survived adding colour to the building which I had not yet seen in any of the sites previously.The ceiling from front to back had hand painted decorative yellow wooden tiles which gave the the interior the ...
... at the market the previous day when Fabian came to pick us up. Our first South American football experience! Unfortunately our team lost, but on the plus side we learnt lots of new colourful expletives, and got to see Paraguayans at the end of their tether. We then bid an emotional farewell to Fabian, who we can't thank enough for making our time in Asuncion so special.
Our next stop was Encarnacion, a peaceful town on the side of a river ...
... return from summer break. They work in a very large site and the small health post, or “puesto de salud,” serves over 5000 people. It would be quite a challenge if we were placed in a site of this size, but we know that we would make the best of it!
Our language abilities have truly improved by leaps and bounds since we arrived. Brad has become much more comfortable speaking and keeps our host mom entertained with fits of laughter at ...