Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

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Incredible Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Incredible Iguazu

A travel blog entry by nickiemoore

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... ) into Puerto Iguaz˙ and to our lodgings at Garden Stone Hostel and we were immediately pleased with our choice. In the centre of Puerto Iguazu (there are many lodgings on the outskirts) this peaceful family-run hostel had a lovely lush garden and great ...

Iguazu Iguassu Iguašu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Iguassu Iguašu

A travel blog entry by ameng

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... to ourselves because there was an error in booking our original room and the clients hadn't yet checked out. At the bus terminal in Puerto Iguazu, which was a 10 minute walk from the town centre, we booked our last overnight bus back to Buenos Aires, then ...

"Poor Niagara..."

A travel blog entry by allisonandjeff

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... sending along the good midwestern beer, Jill and John!) we took a 17 hour bus ride north to Iguazu Falls, at the border between Brazil and Argentina. Bus rides normally aren't worth detailing, but we'll make an exception for these Argentinian buses. The ...

Iguazu Falls - Argentinian Side, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - Argentinian Side

A travel blog entry by alexndean

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... to wait 15 minutes for the next bus. Argentinian immigration was equally as simple and we were soon checking into a hotel in Puerto Iguazu. After a quick but delicious ice cream stop we were on another bus to the Argentinian side of the falls. It seemed ...

Feeling the force of the falls in Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Feeling the force of the falls in Iguazu

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... the Brazilian side and the Argentinean side which give you different perspectives of the area, 1/3 belonging to Brazil and 2/3 to Argentina.  The 'Devils Throat' is the most magnificent section where a crescent shaped, 82-metre-high, 150-metre-wide ...

Burned and soaked, again so worth it!, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Burned and soaked, again so worth it!

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... between Argentina and Brazil, the driver stops to allow some pictures. It's only a fifteen minute drive till we are at the Argentina falls entrance. I chat to Isabel for a while. She works in a pharmacy in Berlin, spent 9 weeks in Mexico recently and ...

Itaipu Dam - Brazil and Paraguay, Itaipu Dam, Paraguay travel blog

Itaipu Dam - Brazil and Paraguay

A travel blog entry by alexndean

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... On our way back we stopped at the Eco-museum also ran by the dam company, which again was interesting but also contained little too much company propaganda for my liking. Heading off to Argentina tomorrow - 3 countries in 2 days - how jet-set are ...

wanna get wetter, Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

wanna get wetter

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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The final chapter in our Argentina tour took place in the border town of Iguazu. Very hot, wet, jungle heat, blankets the town so we migrated into the hotel swimming pool to cool down for the first day while we mused if its worth paying extra for a ...

Iguazu, and almost not getting there., Iguazu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu, and almost not getting there.

A travel blog entry by mette

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... Iguazu. Iguazu, the widest waterfalls in the world. 274 of then in total, joining (or dividing I suppose some may say) Argentina and Brazil. Suffering a slight case of travellers fatigue we've actually pre-booked the whole Iguazu trip, so we're being ...

Puerto Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Puerto Iguazu

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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... fucking ordered". You know in Australia, when you order a steak, it comes with fries, a small salad, a bit of the side? Well, in Argentina, not so much. When you order a steak, what do you get. Slab. Meat. Plate. Ha. 3. Tabla - That antipasto plate in ...

Arriving at the big waterfall place!, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Arriving at the big waterfall place!

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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... scenery out the windows was more spectacular! It really is worthwhile booking early and guaranteeing the front two seats. We arrived into Puerto Iguazu at 2.30pm and only had to walk across the road to our hostel - Marcopolo Inn. This is a really ...

Argentina from tip to top, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Argentina from tip to top

A travel blog entry by worldofbintang

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... used to emerge on the balcony before she transformed into Madonna in the film. We then endured a 20hr bus journey North to Puerto Iguazu where we saw the largest group of waterfalls in South America - 275 waterfalls with the water plunging 80feet, an ...

Iguazu Falls - The Argentinean Side, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - The Argentinean Side

A travel blog entry by sylviajason

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... over half an hour. From Estacion Garganta, a long walkway took us from island to island across wide and narrow sections of the Iguazu River and finally right to the edge of the falls.  Two hours after leaving our hostel we arrived at La Garganta ...

Wet in Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Wet in Iguazu

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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... rate of 2 US dollars each per night. The major draw card for this little border town is the massive Iguazu falls that act as the border between Argentina and Brazil. They are a short local bus ride away in the middle of a national park and surrounded ...

Water, Water, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Water, Water

A travel blog entry by shaunduvall

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Wednesday June 1st 2005 Wow, its June! Arrive in Puerto Iguazu around lunchtime, after the long bus journey, that was not too bad, and straight away notice the different temperature - its humid here, and the landscape is very different - its very much ...

You call that a waterfall?  THIS is a waterfall!!!, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

You call that a waterfall? THIS is a waterfall!!!

A travel blog entry by meercatvinny

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... of an adventure. We decided to take the more direct (and more expensive route) directly north to Posadas and get a bus from there to Puerto Iguazu. The road north is only accessible by four wheeled drive, and then only if it is dry. If it rains then it ...

The Incredible Iguazu Falls!!!, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

The Incredible Iguazu Falls!!!

A travel blog entry by markandjade

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... our best days and things got better as we met a solo traveller, Matt from America who we ended up going for dinner with back in Puerto Iguazu. We found a market that sold steak and beer for cheap, so we gave it a go. The steak was incredible (sorry if ...

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 ...

BIG Water!, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

BIG Water!

A travel blog entry by vicki

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... to head back to Argentina. Finding the right bus was quite a challenge, but once we got on it was easy to find our way back home and get back to Argentina again. Iguazu Falls were absolutely amazing - definitely a highlight of the whole trip so ...

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 ...

Tres Fronteras, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Tres Fronteras

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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... about a 30 minute walk to a cliff top overlooking the Iguazu river. From here you get some fantastic panoramic views of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. (Tres Fronteras meaning Three Borders). It was really nice up here and not at all touristy. You ...

Iguazu Vacation!!!, Puerto Iguaz˙ - Misiones, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Vacation!!!

A travel blog entry by basa1126

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... . It was first class airplane service for a $40 bus ticket! Iguazu Falls are located on the Iguazu River and creates the border between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. There are 270 falls along 1.67 miles of the Iguazu River. The tallest falls are ...

A fantastic day at the waterfalls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

A fantastic day at the waterfalls

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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... into them quite a few times today in the park. Today we had an absolutely awesome day. We got the bus at 7.45am to Iguazu National Park. First thing we did was walk the 'Green Trail' This is a 20 minute walk through a wooded area. There's loads of ...

The Falls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

The Falls

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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A 17 hour cramped bus journey from Buenos Aires bought us into the small but nice border town of Puerto Iguazu. We decided to stay on the Argentine side of the falls because it is cheaper than Brazil! People we have met on our travels told us visit the ...

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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... 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 on the internet for ...

Confluence, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Confluence

A travel blog entry by pidgeandpie

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The Iguazu Falls, albeit with lesser water than normal, were spectacular. We viewed them from the Argentinian side and the Brazilian side and I have to say, I think the Brazilian side was better due to the fact it gives you a total panoramic ...

Iguazu Falls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by brendanlarkin

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... the waterfalls looking over to Argentina and at the end you reach the Devils Gorge which is the falls that straddles Brazil and Argentina. This is a true force of nature with millions of gallons falling into the gorge every second. The sound is a constant ...

Iguazu Falls:  I guess its a pretty nice falls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls: I guess its a pretty nice falls

A travel blog entry by nikolassarah

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... and caught out 1.5hr flight to Iguazu Falls without a hitch, which was a pleasant relief after our last episode with Aerolineas Argentina!!  We arrived in and immediately noted how lush and green and fertile the area is.  The town itself, while ...

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 ...

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