Residencial Azaleas Place
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... as Panther, puma, and Caiman. None of which we saw. The Parana river feeds into the Iguazo river creating in the wet weather 270 falls. The falls are between 60 to 80 meters high and 2.7 kilometres long. Iguazu means bigwateres in the local language. They certainly are big and wet as we found the next day. As 80% of the falls are on the Argentinian side they have made the experience more like a theme park. There is the train ride out to the falls. This is ...
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 ...
... one - we were having the worst luck! We were also VERY sweaty this point, I was not sure where Iguazu finished and my sweat started. EVENTUALLY we were on our way back to the bus terminal constantly drifting off to sleep, but when we arrived we went straight to a ticket office to ask times for buses to Brazil. So apparently there are buses every 40 minutes until 6 pm, so the hostel guy really was RIDICULOUSLY useless. We moseyed home, and ate our ...
... involved a large fire before heading of to the other side of the Misiones Province for some more waterfalls! South towards the Brazilian border and a small frontier town called El Soberbio. Jesus these places are weird and this one gets the title of 'the most ugly people in South America'. Odd I have been surrounded but Latin American beauties for so long and here the population look almost English, pale and pasty (god knows why), wearing shellsuits ...
... clothes, bag etc completely inconsequential! We stayed until the sun was dipping below the falls, which created an incredible colour light. The photos and videos I took do not do justice to the absolute magnificence of Iguazu Falls. Those who have visited them will understand. They truly have to be seen in person to be believed. If you ever have the chance of being in South America, it is completely worth making the extra trip to see them. You won't see anything ...