Travel Blogs from Iguacu Falls, Brazil

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Amazing Iguacu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Iguacu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Amazing Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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Arrived in Foz de Iguacu early afternoon by plane (flew with Gol via Curitiba = was cheaper to fly onto Foz than get off there??). Arrived about 13.30 and got bus into town. Met a local tour guide who helped us find a hotel at a good price (guide book v ...

Hell travel day number 2, Bonito to Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Hell travel day number 2

A travel blog entry by clarasudamerica

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... hadn't slept in ages and was dying for food and a shower, but nevertheless enjoyed the walk and the spectacular views of the falls. I especially loved all the butterflies - there were hundreds everywhere and they often landed on my hands. I took a billion ...

Don┤t go chasing waterfalls...., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Don┤t go chasing waterfalls....

A travel blog entry by bosco

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Took a two hour flight on Wednesday north to the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay and the incredible Iguazu Falls (The option of the 16 hour bus journey was quickly put to one side in favour of the airline fist). The falls really make the likes of ...

Iguazu Falls, Argentina Side, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls, Argentina Side

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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... Throat, a U-shaped 490 wide by 2300 feet long cliff, is the most impressive of all, and marks the border between Argentina and Brazil.     Then, it started to rain very hard with about 20 mile per hour winds and we had to wait for it to ...

First glimpse of Brazil, Foz do Iguašu (Iguassu Falls, Brazil), Brazil travel blog

First glimpse of Brazil

A travel blog entry by st.louis_2004

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... main attraction, as well as seeing the largest hydroelectric dam/powerplant in the world. Unfortunately we won┤t be able to load up any picture as Shayn forgot his cord and Brazil has circa 1985 computers, but we┤ll keep you posted as often as ...

Water....falls!!!!, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Water....falls!!!!

A travel blog entry by mattsvadjian

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... personal guided tour.       After our tour, I really had my eye set on doing the helicopter tour over Iguacu falls.  Again reccomended to me by my friend Rob from Honda, who had not led me wrong in Rio with the hang ...

Iguacu Falls, Iguacu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by arlash

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Iguacu Falls on the Brazil Argentina ...

The widest waterfall in the world!, Iguacu Falls, Brazil travel blog

The widest waterfall in the world!

A travel blog entry by strawberry

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... day we went to the Brasilian side of the falls (it lies on the boundary between Brasil and Argentina). When I first saw the falls I thought they were amazing, but as kept walking along, they just got bigger and bigger and I became more and more ...

Long day of Travel, Iguassu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Long day of Travel

A travel blog entry by pduester

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... We arrived early afternoon.   In the evening,  we saw a wonderful dinner and show that featured musicians from Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico. There were probably 400 people at this buffet/show.  It was a sight to see with everyone ...

Iguassu Falls, Iguassu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by pduester

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... Argentina city is starting to increase. There are two bridges that go over the Parana River. The Parana River began in Mato Grosso. Brazil has 190 million people, Parguay has 5 million people, and they share energy with Brazil.  The cost of the Dam ...

Foz on the Tyne, Iguašu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Foz on the Tyne

A travel blog entry by boyland

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... . A few unintelligible words and a couple of nods later and we were off. Off out of town to a car park at the border of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. The taxi driver had chosen to avoid taking us to the spot indicated by the large arrow on the map and ...

Iguašu Falls, Iguašu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguašu Falls

A travel blog entry by rprince

... down the side of the other cab - my door closed fine - didn┤t get an angry Brazilian chasing me down.. phewf..   2. Brazil can get cold. Sometimes buses don┤t have heat that works - and 12 degrees inside the bus (with a temperature guage that ...

Arrive in Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Arrive in Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by robinsandiego

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Arrived Iguaza Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Arrived Iguaza Falls

A travel blog entry by bernard.oflynn

Arrived at the Hostel-Inn after the 18hr bus ride from ...

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

Only 20 hours to Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by dinisheen

... it on the onions for lunch! But the eye mask I "stole" from the plane and Jenny┤s ear plugs came in handy at least. At Iguacu we managed to make it to the the National Park to see the falls in record time. The park is so big that they include park ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by kimsworld

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Wet, wet, wet..., Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Wet, wet, wet...

A travel blog entry by atame

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Yesterday and today we visited the Iguazu falls from both Argentina and Brazil. Over the years we have seen countless waterfalls in many different countries. Falls in all shapes and sizes, with strange names like horse-shoe falls, fitz-roy falls and big ...

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