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Asuncion, Paraguay

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Our ride to Asuncion is a long one, and seems to burn through the day quickly.  Having had to deal with a hard-starting bike this morning no doubt has set the tone for the day.  We arrive in Asuncion later…
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Paraguay by Motorcycle

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After crossing into Paraguay we settle into a hostel just a few miles from the border in Encarnacion. This town is home to a famous Semana Santa (Holy Week) celebration and we have only missed that by a couple of…
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Crossing into Paraguay

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We ride the 95-100 miles up to Posadas on the River Parana and park up at a large building just before the bridge that crosses to Paraguay and go inside.  But this isn’t the Immigration and Customs office for us. …

48 Hours in Paraguay

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Paraguay with funny cops, world renowned, or at least in the neighboring states.  We gut pulled over for apparently not maintaining safe distance to the trucks ahead of us, which are definitely tailgating all other drivers in front of them. …
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Water, water everywhere

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Worth a detour: Iguazu Falls (Brazil)Buenos Aires, Argentina [by Paula] We Brits are sticklers for punctuality. So it seemed a trifle rude to turn up to our friends’ house in Buenos Aires, more than a year late. “Sorry about…
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Argentina, we meet at last

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It’s all a bit lovely in northern Argentina. Purmamarca, Jujuy.San Ignacio Guasú, Paraguay [by Paula] The arid deserty landscapes of northern Argentina notwithstanding, the country is proving to be something of an oasis. With a few small exceptions, we’ve…
Graveyard of Milluni with Huayna Potosi

Huayna Potosi

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The mountain Huayna Potosi is with 6088 meters sea-level one of the ice castles of the Cordillera Real. This mountain range is the eastern boundary of the Altiplano, the 2nd widest plateau on earth after Tibet, with about 4000 meters…
So I decided to wait it out for a bit.

Big water times three

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Ahoyhoy,   I think I left you as I left Campo Grande. My I was neverous for a long time waiting for something to go wrong with Sir Humphrey but we soon got used to each other again. We made…

Paraguay…!!

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We were beset with bad luck for a good part of the day today…!! The night before, I had a runny nose, and hoped that it was just a sinus thing… My hopes were dashed the following morning…!! I woke…
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#43 (un)Welcome to Paraguay

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In our entire time in South America we have only met one tourist who has travelled to Paraguay. Possibly something to do with the little tourist infrastructure available, and the fact that it only emerged from the longest dictatorship in…

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