Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu, Brazil

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Out with a splash, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Out with a splash

A travel blog entry by trig

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... bigger one. It was built as a joint effort between Paraguay and Brazil and sits on their border (There is a point where Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina meet but I couldn’t be bothered to go). It produces 75% of Paraguay’s power and about 18% ...

Incredible Iguaçu! 18/9/13-21/9/13 days 17-20, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Incredible Iguaçu! 18/9/13-21/9/13 days 17-20

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris

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... I will give it a go. Iguazu Falls sits on the boarder of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay and the falls are visable from both Brazil and Argentina. We headed to the Brazilian side which is said to give a view of the scale of the falls. Taller than Niagara ...

Iguazu. The Daddy of all waterfalls!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu. The Daddy of all waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by fatsomoo

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27th-29th March - Iguazu. The Daddy of all waterfalls! If you have not seen Iguazu but have seen other waterfalls I am sorry to tell you that they are all pants compared to Iguazu. It is a MONSTER! We spent one day walking around the Argentinian side ...

Big water here we come!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Big water here we come!

A travel blog entry by eugenecash

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Having relaxed and led a beachy life for 3 days we needed to make some serious tracks across Brazil to the border with Argentina, home of the mighty Iguacu falls ("Big Water" in the native Guarani language). We`d decided to skip Sao Paulo, by all accounts ...

Iguassu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by clairechris2008

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... Brazilian side. Rather wet we got back into the car and were taken through the border check points with ease and entered Brazil over the Fraternity Bridge which has concrete blocks showing the colours of the two countries so you know when you have made ...

Wet and wonderful, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Wet and wonderful

A travel blog entry by charding

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... new lands. Turns out South America is a little bit bigger. We spent 26 hours travelling non-stop on a bus to get to Foz do Iguacu and let me tell you, the journey was hellish for three principal reasons - there were screaming babies (a personal pet hate ...

Falls of Iguašu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Falls of Iguašu

A travel blog entry by mikeymouse

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... i'll bring the trend to ireland but i can't really see it catching on. Anyway, I got the overnight 14 hour bus to foz de iguašu. Which was quite comfortable as i didnt have anyone sitting next to me and could stretch across 2 seats. We stopped for ...

And still lots of water from the Brazilian side!, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

And still lots of water from the Brazilian side!

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia

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Iguazu Falls (Brazilian side), Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls (Brazilian side)

A travel blog entry by gajordandk51

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Hello, I took an early flight to Iguazu Falls in the south of Brazil. It is a giant waterfall that is on the border of Brazil and Argentina. The hostel we are staying in is really nice. I spent the first day here just hanging out at the pool. I met a ...

Foz de Iguacu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz de Iguacu

A travel blog entry by olivierdbck

zie Sao ...

What we've learnt about Brazil and Brazilians, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

What we've learnt about Brazil and Brazilians

A travel blog entry by peteandal

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After only 2 short weeks in the beautiful Brazil, after taking 3 planes, 4 trains, 3 taxis, 4 cable cars, 2 elevators, 4 mini buses, 6 metros and a whopping 28 buses we have learnt a few things about the Brazilian way of life; 1. Brazilians love to work ...

Foz de Iguacu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz de Iguacu

A travel blog entry by worldtwowrights

... rotor weighs over 2,200 tons and Itaipu holds the world power station record for generating 93million megawatts!!!!!!!! After a month in Brazil we caught the local bus in the afternoon to the Argentinian border and found ouselves stranded at customs as ...

Wasser von oben und unten und den Seiten, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Wasser von oben und unten und den Seiten

A travel blog entry by rinneaufreisen

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Guten Abend, noch kurz vorm Schlafen gehen, der Tagesbericht. Heute morgen hatte ich meinen ersten freiwilligen Standdienst. Da keine Messebesucher da waren, hab ich mit einigen Kollegen gesprochen. Die meiste Zeit mit einer ─rztebesucherin aus Sao ...

Auf nach Sao Paulo, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Auf nach Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by rinneaufreisen

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Mahlzeit! Gerade eben komme ich vom Park wieder - ich habe noch ein paar nette Bilder geschossen, die Ihr auch gleich sehen koennt. In 1,5 Stunden geht┤s nach Sao Paulo. Heute war relativ ruhig - ich hab recht lang geschlafen, dann gepackt und ...

Foz do Iguašu, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguašu

A travel blog entry by peteandal

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... where the Iguaz˙ and Paranß rivers converge), fantastic!  We walked around the falls with our new friends Leanardo from Brazil and his Peruvian girlfriend Sandy, we took two fantastic trails under and above some beautiful water falls and then we ...

Iguacu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by willsez

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Well we may have just expected to see some water running over a rock but we were wrong.  We both loved Iguacu.  We did the Argentine side on a sunny day and the Brazilian side on a rainy day.  I probably preferred the rainy day because the ...

CAR CRASH cut short our holiday, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

CAR CRASH cut short our holiday

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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On the way back from Argentina we were stopped at the traffic lights just after a small hill. We heard the sound of a car racing toward us and then the screaming of breaks slamming on and then the crunching of metal. The car behind us slammed it's right ...

Amazing birds at the Pargue das Aves, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Amazing birds at the Pargue das Aves

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia

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Waterfalls - Awesome and Sublime, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Waterfalls - Awesome and Sublime

A travel blog entry by dstean

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wow! ...

A hell of a lot of water, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

A hell of a lot of water

A travel blog entry by dgb_law

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... . We had been told you only need half a day to do the Brazil side and then one full day for the Argentinian side. The Brazil side gives you the view along the length of the falls and you get to see the many different parts. You will see ...

Water, water everywhere., Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

Water, water everywhere.

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

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... hot but although the campsite is crowded, 5 over landing trucks, there are great showers and as always cold beer. The Iguacu Falls are a national treasure and heavily protected but the organisation is good with frequent transport to deliver you to the ...

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The "Big Water" and the Pretty Birds

A travel blog entry by hilletulp

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... the god sliced the river, creating the waterfalls and condemning the lovers to an eternal fall.  What to say about the Iguacu Falls. Breath-taking. Stupendous. Inspiring. And yet these are all words. To relay the power and beauty of nature is ...

Sturm / Thunderstorm, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Sturm / Thunderstorm

A travel blog entry by jogo

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Nach fast 23 Stunden im Bus komme ich endlich mitten in einem Sturm an, dabei hatte in Rio alles wunderbar geklappt. Mit dem Bus ab zur zentralen Busstation, dort das Ticket gekauft und dann sogar zwei Sitze fŘr mich alleine gehabt. Wenn Engel reisen ...

Wet wet wet....and I don't mean the Scottish band!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Wet wet wet....and I don't mean the Scottish band!

A travel blog entry by jamesmc

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...  was Rosario, the 2nd city of the country and the birth place of the famous Ernesto "Che" Guevara. I really enjoyed Brazil, however the language barrier from Spanish to Portuguese was a bigger gap than I thought, especially when spoken ...

sous une pluie de papillon***, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

sous une pluie de papillon***

A travel blog entry by loelai

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Happy New Year from Foz!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Happy New Year from Foz!

A travel blog entry by alexandlucy

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... in a cosy cabin where we are woken every day by numerous birds singing and tapdancing on our roof! Iguaca Falls run through Brazil and Argentina and although we are staying on the Brazilian side we were advised to see both sides, so on Sunday we ...

Frigging Tourists!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Frigging Tourists!

A travel blog entry by tombarker

Had my first truly touristy day today and what an experience it was! We decided to visit the largest dam in the world, a site that caused unprecedented amounts of destruction and as a consquence the Itaipi Dam┤s sole focus of its tour is to serve as a ...

Quick hop to Brazil, Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Quick hop to Brazil

A travel blog entry by figman

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Girls on Tour, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Girls on Tour

A travel blog entry by clareandsarah

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... when a person near us was snoring like he had a 40 piece orchestra rattling round in his throat. Ew....    So, here in Foz, pretty much the only thing to do is see the Iguassu Falls. The Brazilian side takes about 2 hours to see. This is pretty ...

Too lost for words to think of a good title!, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Too lost for words to think of a good title!

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels

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... had told us the Argentina side was a lot better but our minds could not comprehend anything better than what we had already seen but we would find out for ourselves in a couple of days time. Tchau and obrigada Brazil it was a blast! K x x x    ...

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