Paraguay is Paraguay

I was suppose to arrive on wed night, after a long Seattle Miami night flight we got to Miami at 6am only to find out that our TAM flight leaving at 11am was canceled and rescheduled to 8pm…so we had to wait 12 hours besides the normal 20 hours flight still ahead, I’m glad someone in line told me to ask for a hotel, they send us to Marriot Hotel with a shuttle and even gave us vouchers for breakfast and lunch…I was so tired by then that I was so thankful to get the hotel and slept 3 hours and that was a great gift for me since i haven’t slept for around 24 hours by then….

At 8pm we took the flight with TAM the plane are in very good shape and the service is excellent…no complains. We landed in Sao Paulo at 5am and had 4 hours wait to get the Sao Paulo Asuncion flight also with TAM, at the airport I met a school mate from high school (what a small world) she is living in Canada and was also going to PY.

The last flight was awesome, the service was great, and I never saw so many flight attendants in one plane before. The flight was fun because a Brazilian soccer fans was traveling too and were singing and making jokes…I love Brazilians they always party, no matter where!

We arrived in Py and made the line to get our passports stamped and were waiting for the suitcases…they didn’t arrive…and didn’t arrived in the next flight either, I was tired, i was frustrated for the long day and they long wait for the suitcases…and they finally arrived in the last TAM flight at around 1am.

I was happy to go home and to finally sleep…I was happy to see Asuncion by night, i saw the same uneven streets of the uneven city that i always liked so much, and at that moment I fell peace and knew that beauty is not perfection and that love is subjective.

In that moment I realized that I was happy…and the 2 days trip was worthy!

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