Pirayu Lodge & Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we had, we had an interesting conversation on Argentina's problems relating to tourism.
The last piece of advise we were given before we left was to go to La Feirinha, the street where the Brazilians come to shop and eat, because it's a lot cheaper than elsewhere in the town. It wasn't far away either, just a couple of blocks on the other side of the town centre from where we were. It was like a market with stalls selling olives, cheese, cured meat, ...
... dry and free of spray, we descended a long flight of rock stairs to a small motorised rubber dingy. We were given large green waterproof bags to put in all our stuff. I had gone prepared with swimsuit on under cloths. My rain Mac and waterproof shoes. I still got soaked. The boat went out into the river closer to the fall and stayed there where people stood on the prow of the boat to have their picture taken, health and safety nightmare as the boat was moving ...
... 800 metres long at the tree top height of about 8 - 12 metres in three stages. 400m, 200m and 200m with stairs only available on the first and last stations. The last was the fastest - however speed in this case was very relative to weight. Nomes had to be rescued twice as she did not pick up enough speed to get to the end of each section, whereas I on the other hand risked knocking the assistants right off the platforms at each stop.
All was ...
... said no they were special but maybe we could in Foz in Brazil so we are on the lookout. The beer in Paraguay is amazing maybe due to the German influence but the locals beers are cheap and tasty. Our favourites are Bavaria, Munich & Pilsen. A litre is around $2 in a shop and $4-5 in a restaurant. We didn’t eat anything the rest of the day as we were stuff and just relaxed in our room recovering from the stuffing. Tomorrow we head back to ...
... a town with very little appeal aside from the obvious, but it did give us chance to relax, save a bit of money and make contact with a few people back home. There was one hairy moment on the Friday when a colossal thunderstorm took out the hostel's power and we had to sit in complete darkness for a few minutes as everything was restored. Thankfully, we were spared a third night of snoring and got up in good time the next morning to catch our flight to Buenos ...