Paraguay

Hi friends,

If you’ve stumbled on this page from another corner of the internet, welcome.

It’s not a secret that information on Paraguay is scarce outside its borders. Just type in “Paraguay” in Google and see what you find. Not much in the way of personal narrative or guides. So it became my goal to give my readers a small glimpse into the average life of Paraguayans, their culture, their country and their mentality.

It has been and continues to be my goal to provide high quality personal accounts of my travel with more than just hard facts; I like to weave some storytelling in along the way.

With that said, I’ve collected my posts on what I consider particularly important experiences here in Paraguay.

Part 1: The Morning Commute

Part 2: Going to the Chaco

Also, I’ve started what I like to call “Mike’s Greatest Hits: Paraguay”. Cheesy, I know.

Adventure at Tobaqom

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About Mike

Mike aspires to be a non-traditional mix of Epidemiologist and Medical Anthropologist that analyses incidence and prevalence of health disparities in a social and biological context, and applies his findings to advocate for health development efforts in the third world.

Mike does freelance writing assignments, and is available to answer any question you might have regarding his services or his blog.

You may reach him at devanthro@gmail.com


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