Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguacu, Argentina

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iguacu, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

iguacu

A travel blog entry by roundtheworld

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... . Today is known as a "travel day". Definition -some travel and bugger all else mixed in with general hangover. Argentina 22nd Nov Skipped across the border after the general formalities and found ourselves at Los Helechos as recommended by our ...

What else can I say?, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

What else can I say?

A travel blog entry by rich_mcg

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Right. This won't take long. The Iguacu Falls, one of Brazils natural wonders. Here goes. They're huge. ENORMOUS. Eye-bendingly, sense-stoppingly, stupefyingly big. 2.7km across, over 270 separate waterfalls, sitting in a beautiful national park ...

this will be hard to beat..., Puerto Iguašu, Argentina travel blog

this will be hard to beat...

A travel blog entry by cassbrill

As soon as i made it (with some hassle) across the border into Argentina, I knew I was going to love this country...could have been the incredibly helpful poeple, but it was more the vibe of the place (even though a very touristy little town, so i may be ...

Falls and Forest pt2, Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Falls and Forest pt2

A travel blog entry by cmcd

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More the falls from the Brazilian ...

To the big falls, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

To the big falls

A travel blog entry by doubled

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... on the Brazilian side. These waterfalls are the Niagara Falls of South America but way nicer. They are the meeting of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. These falls were spectacular from the Brazilian side. We spent most of the day there just enjoying the ...

quanto e' potente la natura, Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

quanto e' potente la natura

A travel blog entry by mowgli

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... io! la serata passa piu' o meno cosi'... mangiando e facendo conoscenza di un canadese, compositore musicista giunto fino in argentina per imparare lo spagnolo!! si crea cosi' la squadra che il giorno seguente marcera' per le passerelle del parco ...

The beautiful Iguacu Falls, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The beautiful Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by blakes

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... had planned ahead and brought plastic ponchos for us.  We would have been soaked without them.  We visited a spot in Argentina where you are overlooking the river and Paraguay is on the left and Brazil is on the right.  Our second morning ...

"Poor Niagara" --Eleanor Roosevelt

A travel blog entry by ecsflemings

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... religion.   We drove on from there in our Renault Kangoo-wide enough that the four of us in the back seat weren't uncomfortable-to Posadas, Argentina. Our tour driver negotiated two taxis to take us across to a hotel in Encarnaciˇn, Paraguay. ...

Foz do/Puerto Iguazu, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do/Puerto Iguazu

A travel blog entry by sam_sandro

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... from the monstrous waterfalls (largest by volume in the world) that happen to lie right smack on the border between Brazil and Argentina. Paraguay also shares the border, but they have no waterfalls so they resorted to the oldest trick in the book to ...

Brasilien-Argentinien-Paraguay, Puerto Iguašu, Argentina travel blog

Brasilien-Argentinien-Paraguay

A travel blog entry by smellymelly100

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... . Dieser Ort ist nicht besonders einladend und im Dunkeln sollte man sich dort lieber nicht mehr aufhalten. Zurueck in Puerto Iguašu musste ich erstmal den gesamten Dreck von Paraguay runterwaschen. Ich hatte wirklich das Gefuehl, dass das Duschwasser ...

Agua Grande, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Agua Grande

A travel blog entry by madelene

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"The word "Iguassu" means "Great Water" in the language of the Tupy Guarani Indians. Depending on the changing water level during the seasons the number of falls varies between 150 and 275, their height varies between 40 and 90m. Depending on the rain ...

The end of the world as sailors knew it, Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

The end of the world as sailors knew it

A travel blog entry by simona

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Crossing the border into Argentina I was able to get a closer look at these amazing falls. Sadly it was absolutely pouring with rain so I spent most of the day totally drenched. It seems that my waterproof jacket is not exactly waterproof in tropical ...

Leaving Brazil the Spectacular Way!, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Leaving Brazil the Spectacular Way!

A travel blog entry by thewer

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... was to the city of Foz do Iguašu, with the famous and extensive Iguašu Falls nearby. The falls actually straddle the Brazil-Argentina border, so a day was spent on each with two great Brazilians, Bruno and Gustavo, and an Aussie girl, Natasha, that I ...

The Never Ending Journey, Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

The Never Ending Journey

A travel blog entry by emma_steve80

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... border control for an exit stamp 1050 hrs bus to Puerto Iguacu ignores wet Brits and passes us by 1051hrs 2nd bus to Puerto Iguacu ignores wetter Brits and passes us by 1052hrs considering how to say "Will you take us across the border" in Portugese ...

Another Day, Another Country..., Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

Another Day, Another Country...

A travel blog entry by annamund

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Determined to have our little piece of Iguacu Falls without the hordes of tourists of yesterday, we headed off early to the Argentinian side of the falls. Followed some kind advice of a park ranger about which way to tackle the falls to avoid the masses. ...

A water obsession!, Puerto Iguašu, Argentina travel blog

A water obsession!

A travel blog entry by emma_steve80

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The journey was most certainly worth it! They say the water is currently low but from our pespective it┤s still incredible (we hope the photos do it justice). Intrepidly we embarked on a journey into one of the lesser falls. Steve, Em, 5 Malaysian ...

Iguašu Falls, Peurto Iguašu, Argentina travel blog

Iguašu Falls

A travel blog entry by hugh_mc_manus

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Crossed over into Argentina then yesterday after seeing the Brazilian side of the falls. I started on the right hand side of the falls and I was thinking that it`s good but not really that good until I rounded the corner and took a look at the main part ...

Foz do Iguacu, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguacu

A travel blog entry by greatjoe

Foz do ...

Puerto Iguacu, waterfalls, Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

Puerto Iguacu, waterfalls

A travel blog entry by chamblet

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The next day we went over to see the Argentina side of the waterfalls which were even more spectacular. It rained very heavily the entire time with thunder and lightening, I have never been so wet! (Our guide looked exactly like Dylan from school)! One ...

Foz do Iguacu, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguacu

A travel blog entry by guycann

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Las tres fronteras, Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Las tres fronteras

A travel blog entry by castoris

Las tres ...

Only 20 hours to Iguassu Falls, Iguacu Falls Brazil, Brazil travel blog

Only 20 hours to Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by dinisheen

... the different view points to see the waterfalls. The Brazilian side of the falls are known for their panaoramic views whereas the Argentina side gets you up close and personal with the water! We took millions of photos, most of them only slightly ...

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of South America!, Foz de Iguacu,  Brazil travel blog

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of South America!

A travel blog entry by averyandkeith

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... we left Rio and hopped a flight to Iguazu Falls. Four times larger than Niagara Falls, Iguazu Falls actually straddles the Brazil/Argentina border, so you can visit both sides for a different perspective. The park on the Brazilian side is smaller, so we ...

Benji gets wet., Foz do Iguašu, Argentina travel blog

Benji gets wet.

A travel blog entry by bhlandman

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... Carlos to Foz do Iguacu, a city in the south of Brazil where there are various waterfalls which line the borders of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. The journey went very speedily, being entertained by the appropriate film 'Up' in which they travel to ...

Argentinske side af Iguassu og natbus!, Foz Do Iguašu, Argentina travel blog

Argentinske side af Iguassu og natbus!

A travel blog entry by anne-og-victor

I dag skulle vi starte lidt tidligere end de andre dage da vores program var ret presset. Vi skulle bňde nň at se den argentinske side af Iguassu (Som skulle vŠre den flotteste side) og nň en natbus klokken 18 – derfor afgang fra hotellet ...

Iguacu Falls, Iguacu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by lizhenning

Iguacu ...

Brazil, Foz do Iguac˙ - Brazil's city for the waterfalls, Argentina travel blog

Brazil

A travel blog entry by tobias1

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Was here to see falls from Brazil side - a panoramic perspectiive - and to briefly experience Brazil in Brazil's waterfall town. But I changed my mind as I heard a few people in hostel saying Argentinean side is much better - and ...

The falls of Iguacu, Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

The falls of Iguacu

A travel blog entry by stuffthejubilee

The immense falls of Iquacu, ...

Puerto Iguacu, for map pin only, Puerto Iguacu, Argentina travel blog

Puerto Iguacu, for map pin only

A travel blog entry by pepeelgordo

Swapped from Brazil to Argentina ...

Foz do Iguacu, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguacu

A travel blog entry by gbasilio

Foz do ...

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