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... up close and personal with the monster. It is within the Parque Nacional Iguazu and has surrounding walking trails which were thoroughly enjoyable at a fast pace despite the rain. I took the natural gas fuelled train up to the Devil's throat or the Garganta del Diablo which is for many the highlight. The photos don't give any sense of the size or power of the falls. The sound the water makes as it races relentlessly, unforgivingly over the mountain edges and as ...
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 ...
... the jungles originally there to still move freely, albeit on a much tinier scale. With the end of our falls adventure we are now starting the final part of Brazil which is a visit to their wetlands known as the Pantanal. Fingers crossed we see Jaguars and succeed with our Piranha fishing! Accommodation: We lucked out with our Foz hotel as it was an easy walk from the bus station, which we used everyday, central and discounted! The rooms were what you would see in a 4star hotel ...
... 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 ...
... how darn gigantic they really are!! Paul, seeing them for the first time, was suitably impressed! We wandered further down the path, and the further you went the more spectacular the view. It ended with a walk out platform to near the base of the Devils mouth, offering an entirely different perspective from the Argentinean side. We got soaked again, but the feeling of being in such a wonderful, beautiful place, with sunshine, rainbows and friends, made the wet ...