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Across the Paraguayan Chaco: Asunción del Paraguay

Created by SeenThat on March 16, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

On the northern bank of the Paraguay River, sleepy Asuncion lies amidst a lush landscape; nearby are some of the strangest views in the continent.


Created by panda2 on April 20, 2007

8 Reviews
1 Story

Most of the country's population live close to the country's capitol with a slower pace of life and low cost of living.

4 months in Asuncion, Paraguay

Created by zorro37 on April 23, 2005

2 Reviews

Asuncion is the capital of Paraguay. It's the most laid-back, smallest capital I've visited. I think that Asuncion is the type of place you either love or hate. I loved it, and after arriving for a 2-week visit, stayed for 4 months!!

The tricks of entering Paraguay to see Jesuit ruins

Created by louisejohnsson1 on September 8, 2004

1 Story

A decription of the challenges of entering Paraguay and the rewards seeing old Jesuit ruins.

Passing time in Paraguay

Created by chiquitalinda on May 8, 2003

1 Review

Paraguay is an often overlooked country in the middle of South America, but its laid back atmosphere, friendly people and lack of tourists make it a great destination to relax in the middle of a cross-continent trip.

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