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... the physical state of us when we arrived at the border !! The process at the border was surprisingly smooth, after 2 minutes we both had our exit stamps. And this is where we got really lucky : From the corner of his eye, Jerome spotted the same bus again that dropped us off earlier, just about to enter the bridge to Brasil…so we ran like crazy with all our stuff and JUST made it onto the same bus again, meaning we ...
... the country seems to have a lot more money so you don't really see the poverty in the streets that you did in Paraguay and the architecture and that is just so much more interesting, obviously a fair bit more expensive than Paraguay but still cheap compared to Brazil. We've got one more day here then think we'll head to a small town up river for a day or so which is meant to be nice but mainly cos its the main place to get the ferry across to ...
... full of memory and I would have loved to have spent the night there.
Our last stop was Asuncion itself and Manuel took me on a whistle stop drive- by tour before dropping me at the hotel.It was 4pm and I had enough time to go and see the historical buildings and hopefully catch the sunset by the river.I did both. I walked slowly along the river having taken my photo opportunities of the monuments and buildings but by this time I was not concentrating on it too much,just ...
... of several South American catfish species of family Pimelodidae,” according to Wikipedia. “They typically inhabit major rivers where they prefer the main channels and tend to stay at maximum depth, but some species can also be seen in lakes, flooded forests and other freshwater habitats.”
The man seated to my right introduced himself and also spoke English. I haven’t run into many English speakers here in Asuncion, which ...
... in Asuncion for 8 hours each day. Unbearable. Tash claimed she was so dehydrated that she ****** apple juice for Xmas. How uncouth!
If we'd made our intended 8 hour bus journey to the Chaco in the country's NW, we would have been facing oppressive heat of 45+ degrees.
We had a typically chilled out Xmas, but swapped the comfy sofa for a hammock and the snuggly socks and scarfs, for singlets and sunglasses.
Word of warning, anyone ...