Travel Blogs from Iguazu Falls, Brazil

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This is pretty nice., Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

This is pretty nice.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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You may have seen Iguazu Falls before, either live, on film or photo. Or possibly in the opening scene of the movie "The Mission" with Robert de Niro and Jeremy Irons, where a Jesuit priest is bound to a cross and sent over the edge of the roaring ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Are These The World's Greatest Waterfalls? Our next destination, the Iguazu Falls, a huge mass of falling water rivaled by few others, is located on a three way border between Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. As we are approaching from Paraguay, and ...

Devil's Throat walkway., Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Devil's Throat walkway.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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So I am back at Iguazu Falls for the second time in less than nine months. Being in Florianˇpolis on our way towards Buenos Aires, there's no way we can skip taking the detour (I'm not even sure it is a detour) inland to visit these wonderful waterfalls. ...

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 ...

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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... the otherside I saw a few cars being pulled over and searched but really only a very small percentage. I don┤t know if I entered Brazil illegally or not but I didn┤t bother getting my passport stamped. I headed back to Foz do Iguašu for some food ...

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 ...

Down the Falls mate?, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Down the Falls mate?

A travel blog entry by maireadandconor

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The Iguazu Falls are said to be the star tourist attraction of the whole of South America. Well they better be worth the 20 hour sleepless bus journey from Buenos Aires to get here! The 275 different waterfalls which fall 80m into the Rio Iguacu are on ...

Iguazu Falls - Waterfall Wonderland!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - Waterfall Wonderland!

A travel blog entry by nikieandjames

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... are the only things that can really do them justice so I won't go on too much about them other than to say we both feel Iguazu Falls is one the most beautiful spots on earth either of us have been to! After the falls we went to a really cool Bird ...

A wet n wild time at the mighty Iguazu Falls!, Florianopolis and Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

A wet n wild time at the mighty Iguazu Falls!

A travel blog entry by claudiaandfin

... in our little rented apartment recovering from the excesses of Rio! From here had another overnight bus to Iguazu Falls located on the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The falls are just breathtaking as the Rio Iguacu plunges 80m into 275 ...

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

Foz de Iguacu, Brazil

A travel blog entry by mxcna78

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... home to thousands of different species of flora and birds, including parrots and hummingbirds. It is most famous for the Iguašu Falls, declared a national Heritage site by UNESCO. The deep flowing waters of the river tumble down 275 falls, the most ...

Amazing sight, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Amazing sight

A travel blog entry by salkelely

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Iguazu falls is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING..... From the Braziallian side you could see the all the water falls and walk on a boardwalk in to a panoramic view of la garganta del diablo (devils throat- the most spectacular section of the falls). With waterfalls ...

Incredible Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Incredible Iguazu

A travel blog entry by laorfamily

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 We took a bus from Rio to the Iguazu falls on our way to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The bus was OK, it was a our first long ride, the bust was clean and made several pit stops for food or clean toilets. Since we didn't understand Portuguese we made ...

Viva el tofu!, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Viva el tofu!

A travel blog entry by jaftc

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... have come to our senses and our eyes are open to a whole new way of travelling, hostel style!  Our next stop, Iguazu falls, was simply breathtaking.  The pics are great but cannot do justice to the sheer beauty and power of these ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by joules

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After a night in BA, I caught an 18 hour night bus to Iguazu falls. I got myself a full "cama" bus (ie sleeper) so the seat goes back almost horizontally. So its kind of like flying business class, except the poor dude who brings the free food and ...

Water water everywhere, Iguazu Falls - Brazil and Argentina, Brazil travel blog

Water water everywhere

A travel blog entry by davidandem

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The Iguazu Falls is a waterfall system on the border of Argentina and Brazil which consists of 270 falls along 2.7 kilometres of the Iquazu River. It is well worth visiting both sides of the falls as each side offers a very different perspective. We ...

Iguazu Falls From Brazil, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls From Brazil

A travel blog entry by katenjosh

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More water. Iguazu is the world┤s widest falls at about 3km and due to recent rains about 6 times the usual volume was flowing over them on the days we were there. They make Niagra look tiny. Nearly all of the falls are on the Argentinian side but on ...

WOW - Anyone thirsty?, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

WOW - Anyone thirsty?

A travel blog entry by aporter

... is that impressive. Here are some videos for those who can't sneak to the falls this weekend. Iguacu Falls Iguacu Falls 2 And some pics... BRAZIL ARGENTINA To see the falls, I spent 2-3 hours on the Brazillian side and one full day ...

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 ...

Mucho Agua, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Mucho Agua

A travel blog entry by pidge

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Fleeing the boredom of Rosario we decided to head a thousand kilometers up the road to Igauzu Falls on the border with Brazil. But the bus could only get us to a town called Corrientes where we had a few hours to kill. In our two hours in Corrientes we ...

The land of steak, steak and more steak, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The land of steak, steak and more steak

A travel blog entry by dympna2000

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... and Argentina. I arrived at 05:30 in the morning and after a few hours sleep decided to risk going to the falls, inspite of the weather. They were pretty impressive but the weather was a little miserable and visibility wasn┤t great. That night two ...

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

Water....falls!!!!

A travel blog entry by mattsvadjian

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... likely get sick of hearing me constantly giving thanks to all these people, but wow...... that's all I can say.   BRAZIL....I loved every minute I was there,  Thank you for the lifetime of memories and stories, you are officially my home ...

Foz do Iguacu Brazil Side, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguacu Brazil Side

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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... meters into the Rio Iguacu (name of the river) is something to see (as you can see from the pictures above).  From the Brazil side you get a view which gives you the feeling of how large the falls are, but you are not to close. On the Brazilian ...

Itaipu Dam Park, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Itaipu Dam Park

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

On Sunday sent the day with our guide and his family at a local lake which was created from the Itaipu Dam (more on the dam later).  It was very interesting to see and spend time with the locals (only the guide and his kids speak English). ...

LINK TO PICTURES, Iguazu Falls and Rio, Brazil travel blog

LINK TO PICTURES

A travel blog entry by madhavi

Check em out! http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/agricola411/album Tell me if it doesnt work ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by fatman78

Iguazu Falls was very good...mybe not quite great. Unfortunately we went there in the dry season so there wasn't as much water going over, but both the Brazilians and the Argentinians have built walkways right up to and around the falls so the views were ...

Arrive in Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Arrive in Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by robinsandiego

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Iguzu Falls, Iguazu falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguzu Falls

A travel blog entry by coddersgoeswild

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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 ...

water water everywhere, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

water water everywhere

A travel blog entry by brittmarie

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... the past two days have been amazing! We took our luxury overnight bus--better than riding first class--to Iguazu Falls. The falls are on the border of Brazil and Argentina. Brazil owns 25% of the falls and Argentina 75% because the border falls at the ...

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