Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguassu, Argentina

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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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... $50, 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 ...

So...what's wrong with Paraguay??, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

So...what's wrong with Paraguay??

A travel blog entry by bdsaly

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... . There's a crowded "friendship" bridge between Brazil and Paraguay (too busy during the day according to our guide) and a ferry between Argentina and Paraguay which only runs during the day. The best our guide could suggest if we really wanted to do it, ...

Another sad goodbye...Iguassu beckons, Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Another sad goodbye...Iguassu beckons

A travel blog entry by clarasudamerica

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... me to Sam, regardless of what temptations I might encounter...    Sam made his way to Santiago, Chile while I flew back to Iguassu, Argentina. I did a day tour of the Argentine side of the Falls, which was incredible and yes, far more impressive than ...

The best waterfalls and steak in the world, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The best waterfalls and steak in the world

A travel blog entry by jundan

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After the long bus journey from Rio we arrived in Foz du Iguassu (Brazil) and took a taxi over the boder to Puerto Iguazu (Argentina) to check in at the Marco Polo Inn - nice place, clean rooms (with fierce air con!), good bar and a pool. We arrived in ...

Natureīs awesome power, dude, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Natureīs awesome power, dude

A travel blog entry by angiedarren

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... with our first day there, but much bigger and better was still to come. On the second day we crossed the border into Argentina (getting a glimpse of 3 countries at once on the border bridge - Paraguay was visible down the river) and saw the falls from a ...

Cataratas in Argentina, Puerto Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Cataratas in Argentina

A travel blog entry by thedays

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The falls are fantastic! We spent our 4th of July walking around the Iguazu Falls national park. They have lots of different views of the falls, which span across the joining of two rivers and are HUGE. Some trickle in spots, the main area is like ...

Incredible waterfalls and beautiful butterflies, Puerto Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Incredible waterfalls and beautiful butterflies

A travel blog entry by smee_elaine

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... coming to the end of our time in Argentina, but we had one last highlight left; Iguassu Falls.  Before we reached Puerto Iguassu we stopped briefly at San Ignacio Mini, the largest Jesuit ruins in South America.  The site mostly consisted of ...

Iguassu and Iguazu, Foz de Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu and Iguazu

A travel blog entry by antanna

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... As soon as the border formalities were out of the way and we reached the town I got a nice warm feeling of being back in Argentina. Quilmes and Parrilla signs everywhere! Hurray! We dropped our bags at a hotel still in the 50īs and went for Iguazu falls ...

Iguassu Falls, Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by gregjul

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... able to buy stuff, well that would be alright if one had Brazil Reals to buy things with.  We did not as we had come from Argentina and had had no time to draw any money.  So at the first stop I ran down and tried to draw money, no cigar.  ...

Waterfalls, Puerto Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by squeak_1912

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... town were extortionate, luckily Brazil and Argentina kissed and made up and we could cross the border. We had a great couple of days in Puerto Iguassu, drank lots of beer and wine, ate steak, fell in love with the country (oh and saw some big waterfalls!) ...

The Devilīs Throat, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Devilīs Throat

A travel blog entry by bouhaus

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Arrived in a very bustling and touristy Iguassu with backpackers arriving and leaving by the bus load. After a quick walk round town we found quite a nice spot with a pool. WOW, the Argentine side of the Falls is amazing, the Devilīs ...

Iguazzu Falls, Foz de Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazzu Falls

A travel blog entry by madcap

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... didn~t answer a single question he asked, as long as we paid in US dollars, even though we were on theborder of paraguay, brazil, and argentina, none of which use US dollars for the record. and of course it starts pouring as we have to leave to change of ...

Lots and LOTS of water!!!, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Lots and LOTS of water!!!

A travel blog entry by iainandemma

... the mouth of the falls. There was so much water coming at us I couldnt open my eyes (well thats my excuse!) Back in the village we had our last steak and said farewell to Argentina before preparing ourselves for one more night bus... ...

The widest waterfall in the world, Foz de Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

The widest waterfall in the world

A travel blog entry by nlbrtw

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... Incas (still to come) & the second was a picture of The Iguassu (or Iguzu) Waterfall. The Iguassu waterfall sits on the border of Brazil, Argentina & Paraguay & is the widest waterfall in the world, made up of approximately 275 separate waterfalls. ...

When wet is really WET !, Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

When wet is really WET !

A travel blog entry by bartenevelien

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... (iguanas). With all those gorgeous animals and lush plant life, you would almost forget the actual reason of our visit: the Iguassu Falls. You can`t describe them, they are simply awe-inspiring. You have to see it for yourselves to believe it. They are ...

Incredible Iguassu, Puerto Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Incredible Iguassu

A travel blog entry by traybird

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Just arrived today after a 23hour bus journey on a cama bus, traveled through the Brazilian border through to Argentina, the bus was actually quite good, I must say I expected it to be crowded with very little space, but in actual fact there was lots of ...

Incredible Iguassu, Puerto Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Incredible Iguassu

A travel blog entry by traybird2

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Just arrived today after a 23hour bus journey on a cama bus, traveled through the Brazilian border through to Argentina, the bus was actually quite good, I must say I expected it to be crowded with very little space, but in actual fact there was lots of ...

Iguassu Falls, Foz do Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by z0rr0

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Left Rio at about 11 to fly to Foz do Iguassu. Arrived about 2pm. Hired mini van with driver and did full falls trip, including boat ride to base of falls. Everyone got soaked! Falls straddle border, and our hotel for the first night was on the Argentine ...

Foz de Iguassu., Foz De Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

Foz de Iguassu.

A travel blog entry by eve-michael

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After our less than pleasurable experience in Curitiba we set off for Foz do Iguazu in the hope that our luck would improve. We caught a night bus from Curitiba. This time I did not encounter any legless men trying to get money off me. However we did ...

Iguassu Falls, Iguassu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by loopy34

... Argentinian side first which has all the activities and then the Brazilian side which has all the views. Got a Green Passport in Argentina - took a train and catwalk up to the main fall, Gargantua del Diablo or Devils Throat.  Then took a dinghy ...

Iguazu Falls, Foz do Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by hub_isa

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Foz do Iguassu We spent 4 days in Foz do Iguaįu and had the luck of visiting the falls from both the Brazilian and Argentinean side under amazing blue, sunny skies. The Brazilian side was beautiful, as you walk on a foot bridge trail from the ...

Iguassu, Iguassu, Argentina travel blog

Iguassu

A travel blog entry by jbar

From Mendoza I took a flight to Iguassu falls. There isn't much to tell - This place is 100% pure tourism, everything is organized, and you feel like in Disneyland as it is so crowded - But, of course, you can't really miss ...

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