Ciudad del este

They have everything. The central streets of Ciudad del Este are like a giant, tacky electronic city market. Originally named after the former dictator, the town struggles to get rid of its reputation as one of South America's most corrupt cities. The busy border crossing can seem intimidating, but authorities are clamping down on the human pack-horses who hump suspicious boxes across the international bridge. Away from the area of cheap electronic goods, cigarettes and liquor, the city is pleasant enough with some excellent eateries if nothing else.
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The South of Paraguay

5days/4nights In 1526 Ignacio de Loyola founded the order of the Jesuits in Spain. In the beginning of the 17th century the Jesuits came to South America. With the permission of the Spanish Crown, the Order founded several small communities in order to protect the natives against the encroachments of the slave hunters and Squires. They taught farm..

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