We joined the traveling Paraguayans with a seven-hour drive. It was sticky and sweaty. We let the countryside views and the smell of hard work behind us. It was time for the tall buildings and the smell of burned fuel in the city of Posadas. Encarnación welcomed us with empty streets. It was Christmas after all.
Let’s go back to the region’s development. Maybe they should put some more effort into the tourist side of development.
First of all, the organized trips are too expensive. Second of all, there isn’t enough information about them. We researched and reached Trinidad with the public transportation. Note: In the summer it is not great using it. Even more, it is really slow and you just need to be able to speak Spanish. The spoken Spanish there is another question – it is really hard to understand it sometimes, since most people are skipping letters. I wonder if we speak Bulgarian as badly as they speak Spanish. What if a foreigner studied it and then came to Bulgaria? Would they be able to understand us?
Let’s not complain, since the real language is actually the spoken one and not the one in the textbooks. And this obstacle is actually making our Spanish better and faster. Not only do we need to translate, but we are always thinking “What is he/she trying to say”.
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