Travel Blogs from Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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Rainbows and butterflies, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Rainbows and butterflies

A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon

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... ; Oh wait, thats where I come in ;o) My trip to get there was far less magical though....   Iguazu is in the far north east of Argentina, the waterfalls span accross the river that separates Argentina and Brazil, so its a long long way from ...

The Beautiful Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Beautiful Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands

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... shops, and slow, slow service in restaurants. Nevertheless we were really happy to be here to finally see the beautiful Iguazu Falls. The following morning we awoke early....to the sound of torrential rain..marvellous! Thankfully it cleared up over the ...

Lots and lots of water, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Lots and lots of water

A travel blog entry by tomsontravels

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... . we needed a wash, but there was no time. leaving our bags at the bus station we jumped on the local bus to Iguazu Falls a set of huge waterfalls part in paraguay, brazil and argentina. We rode through the jungle in a jeep scaring toucans, lizards and a ...

The Magnificent Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Magnificent Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... The woman had no idea what I was saying, but stayed well back until we reached the Throat of the Devil. Iguazu Falls, where the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay meet has two-hundred and seventy-five cascades. Barrel or no barrel, no one has ever ...

Quick Shower., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Quick Shower.

A travel blog entry by hannahbruce

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Niagara on Viagra, Iguaz˙ Falls, Argentina travel blog

Niagara on Viagra

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... luck. Maybe I'm just getting used to it. The falls are set in sub-tropical rainforest on the border of Brazil and Argentina (and nearly Paraguay) and are formed by the mighty Rio Paranß falling over a series of steep cliffs. Being much further ...

Iguazu Falls (Argentinian side), Iguazu Falls (Argentinian side), Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls (Argentinian side)

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Death by water..., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Death by water...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... 60 pesos. Hmmm -except for swimming in a pool. Alright. Well, it's certainly the most exhilarting thing you can do at Iguazu Falls. Oh - well - perhaps except for the Bungie Jumping on the Brazilian side. Ok. Well - it is most certainly the most exciting ...

Fabulous Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Fabulous Falls

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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Up for 7am breakfast and then got the bus to the Argentinian side of the falls which was signed as Puerto Iguazu. Got out before the town and got another bus to the main entrance of the falls or Cataratas as they call them here are now having to get our ...

don't cry for me argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

don't cry for me argentina

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... Jacci she was tossing me in my barrel into the river and waving goodbye before I made my plunge over Iguazu Falls into Brasil. Argentina was definately a highlight of South America. Great food and wine, cheap prices, beautiful women, great nightlife, ...

Some mighty big falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Some mighty big falls

A travel blog entry by vine_hooligans

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Guarani legend says that Iguazu Falls originated when a jealous forest god, enraged by a warrior escaping downriver by canoe with a young girl, caused the riverbed to collapse in front of the lovers, producing sheer falls over which the girl fell and, at ...

Bring on the beast..., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Bring on the beast...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... are screams and squeals - vocal adrenalin - all around as the boat heads towards the base of the largest of the mighty, tremendous Iguazu Falls. Guess what it's called? Giganta del Diablo. Throat of the Devil. Gorge of the Devil. One look at it, and ...

Water water everywhere, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Water water everywhere

A travel blog entry by sarah_s_america

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... - so for one day I wasn't really anywhere at all, at least officially!! I was off to see the falls from the Brazilian side. Whereas Puerto Iguazu is tiny with only about half the streets tarmacked and the rest covered in a reddish mud / cobblestone ...

Roaring Jungle, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Roaring Jungle

A travel blog entry by hodge

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... at times this was a little frustrating. After spending a couple for hours here, we got on a bus over the border to Argentina. That night we had a great BBQ at the hostel. The following morning we booked an overnight bus journey to BA and planned ...

Best part of Iguazu, the boat ride!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Best part of Iguazu, the boat ride!

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2

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... to a level that was too high for any of the boats to operate.  So we walked along the pathway to view the falls from the Argentina side.  I’m glad that we got to go on both sides since they had closed part of the Argentina side.  ...

You say Igušu, I say Iguaz˙, Iguaz˙ Falls, Brazil travel blog

You say Igušu, I say Iguaz˙

A travel blog entry by irax

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... only way in is via Brazil again! but at least there is a direct bus. I got my passport stamped again for leaving Argentina, and then straight through the Brazilian controls without so much as an eye blink. Through a part of Brazil and over another bridge ...

The Spectacular Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Spectacular Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by suenson_taylors

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... me, Debbie has agreed to come to Iguazu Falls. Sitting on the border of Brazil and Argentina and only a stone's throw from Paraguay, the mighty Iguazu Falls are the most overwhelmingly magnificent in all of South America. Even Debbie was impressed and ...

The Waterfall That Wasn't, Iguaz˙ Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Waterfall That Wasn't

A travel blog entry by thymeoff

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Expectations were high! Our well-thumbed copy of the Argentina Lonely Planet described Iguaz˙ Falls under the Highlights Section as...."probably South America's most breathtaking sight....the cascades flow with incredible beauty, stretched in tiered ...

So it does rain in South America!, Iguassu Falls, Brazil travel blog

So it does rain in South America!

A travel blog entry by tracy_coward

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... , needless to say after my experiences of South American Night Buses I decided to fly with 3 others. Iguassu Falls stretch over the border between Brazil and Argentina and they are the largest in water volume in the world (look up the rest of the stats ...

Under The Falls - Iguazu Falls., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Under The Falls - Iguazu Falls.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... to come. Argentine officials said that an immediate investigation began and that the results will be released within 40 days. Footnote: Iguazu Falls are UNESCO World Heritage listed and feature in the book Unforgettable Places To See before you die.  ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by kimberlysarna

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... , this finished off our day. We headed back to the pool, took some naps and headed out for our first night out in Argentina. A big dinner (this is a constant theme for both lunch and dinner throughout this trip) and four of us headed out to Cuba Libre. ...

Falling For Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Falling For Argentina

A travel blog entry by smitherson

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... the bus being shepherded into the corner of a service station and fed wet spag bol and ice lollies) we finally arrived in Puerto Iguazu. Our hostel was located over the road from the bus terminal, so we headed straight for our dorm to have a shower. ...

World's most beautiful waterfall, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

World's most beautiful waterfall

A travel blog entry by panf007

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... and she didn't either. There was a dinning room in the hotel where we had some breakfast before our adventurous trip to the Iguazu Falls. In the heat of the day, under the scorching sun and near suffocating humidity, the water falls of Iguazu was ...

A ride into the Devils Throat, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

A ride into the Devils Throat

A travel blog entry by beccamike

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... . Next stop Iguazu. So we arrived in Iguazu, found our hostel and made our plan. For anyone that doesn't know what Iguazu falls actually is, it is basically a 4km area of massive, mammoth, magnificent waterfalls. It is situated on the borders of ...

Back to some sunshine... and rain!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Back to some sunshine... and rain!

A travel blog entry by aliandjon

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From Cordoba we took a 20 hour bus to Peurto Iguazu, base for the Iguazu waterfalls - one of the big natural specticals of Argentina.  A wander of the streets and we check into a hostel and make plans for visiting the falls.  Here you have the ...

Water water everywhere, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Water water everywhere

A travel blog entry by peterandvivien

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... . It was a totally exhilarating – and very wet – experience. We agreed that, rather than being an anticlimax, Iguazu had exceeded expectations and we wished we had allowed ourselves another day there to further take in the Bird Park. The car ...

Just a couple of small waterfalls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Just a couple of small waterfalls

A travel blog entry by kirstycurls

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... a hotel, had a swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen and the much needed luxury of air-con! Spent the whole day at the falls wandering around, watching Helen getting chased by the racoon-like animals, not sure what they actually were.  We did a speed ...

Iguazu Falls - amazing!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - amazing!

A travel blog entry by sharor

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... site.  First part of tour was a 4 x 4 jeep ride through the park.  Its the most bio diverse park in all of Argentina so it is very important to them and hence is protected.  There are over 60 species of wildcat if I heard correctly and I ...

Iguazu falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu falls

A travel blog entry by cuteimage25

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So, after an amazingly long bus ride, 20 hrs we arrived at the Iguazu Falls at the border of Argentina and Brazil. Because Jenny is an American she would have to pay to cross the border so we didnt. However, its ok because the Aregentian side is really ...

Iguazu Falls, Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls, Argentina

A travel blog entry by sophslife

... our clothes back on over our swimsuits. After that we were feeling a bit hungry, so we got some snacks from a shop near the Iguazu falls. There were these weird animals everywhere! We saw some signs that said not to feed those animals, but it wasn't like ...

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