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Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu
As a group we agreed to spend a free morning doing a quick nip to Paraguay which was only half hour to the boarder. It ticked the box but was essentially just a shopping trip.
Paraguay is meant to be the cheapest country in S America for electronics etc so some of the group bought some bits. As you walk along the street people start off offering you electrics, followed by marihuana ...
... Breakfast was the same as the previous day, and James had learnt his lesson from the tea/coffee fiasco of yesterday and eve managed 2cups!!! The gentleman at checkout was very lovely as ever, helping with the bags ..... Especially great for me as my shoulders are a little pink from yesterday! Our guide for today was Carlos who sorted out all the passports and paperwork to get back into brazil for us! The writing is illegible to us, but guessing he knows what he is ...
... Mike Catt! Although I didn't manage to meet them for a few beers later it was well worth the journey back for. **** so now what do I do, I had only planned up until the rugby and hadn't really considered what I would do after...... So with about 9 days before I have to be in Iguazu to meet a friend I thought I would take my time getting there and try my hand again at a bit of hitch hiking. Leaving Salta and making a late call to miss Corrientes in favour ...
... but for a very high quality steak at a reasonable price you cant beat this place. The Salmon was also good.
I will say as a parting note while the steaks are not really any better than a good steak back home the sausages are extremely good and tasty and enjoyed making many dishes with them, my favourite being in a sweet potato mash. Gabriella also discovered a wonderful avocado mix to have with pasta, yum.
To give you an idea and ice cream ...
... the church and many small housing blocks around it. The housing blocks all had a veranda, it was amazing to see one of the pillars totally consumed by a strangler fig.
There is also a tiny cemetery, given the town is 1000's of people this was odd, seems you had to have a healthy death to get laid to rest there. If you died from measles etc it was a cremation outside town.
Off to the falls now.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking