Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

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Iguazu Falls!, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls!

A travel blog entry by huntersam

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Chicas and Chicos! We are currently at Iguazu airport killing 6 hours for yet another delayed flight (suprise, suprise) but luckily there is internet and they have a card reader for us to upload some photos! We have spent the last couple of days here ...

Wow.., Puerto Iguaz˙, Argentina travel blog

Wow..

A travel blog entry by paulandeleanor

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We took another ham-and-cheese laden bus but this time to Puerto Iguazu. Along the journey we saw huge contrasts within the country; some highly developed areas were quickly superseded by single-roomed tin shacks with children begging for money and food ...

A new year, beautiful beaches, and stunning falls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

A new year, beautiful beaches, and stunning falls

A travel blog entry by sam_c

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... technically part of a river rather than the sea, even though it's brown. Safe for swimming though. Uruguay felt a lot like Argentina. A bit more expensive, possibly, but the people are just as friendly, and laid back. And really into “mate” ...

Iguazu Falls (more to come), Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls (more to come)

A travel blog entry by pinkflamingo

Went to Iguazu Falls for a few days. Both to the Argentinian side and the Brazilian side. Both were awesome! Photos to come soon, I ...

9 April2006, Iguazu Falls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

9 April2006, Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by aberlage

... 47.5h I arrive in Iguazu. What a travel from Potosi. The hostel is ok but another fucking dorm. I start needing my time alone ! Iguazu itself (Argentinean site) is beautiful. I got the early bus to the park (7 Ars return ticket) and arrived at 8 am at ...

Two Countries,One Attraction., Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Two Countries,One Attraction.

A travel blog entry by frazzle

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... get the whole vista.Another novel idea on the Brazilian side was that you could use a debit or credit card in the park.God forbid in Argentina.Trying to use anything bigger than a 50 pesos note is a nightmare.Thats 7 pounds:Get a 100 peso note out and its ...

Iguazu Falls, Puerto Iguazu, Northeast, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by sabrina2006

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After a 17 hour bus journey from Buenos Aires, we arrived in Puerto Iguazu to visit the Iguazu Falls - a series of 275 waterfalls on the border of Argentina and Brazil. We spent one day exploring the Argentinian side and one day, the Brazilian side. ...

Argentine side of Iguazu, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

Argentine side of Iguazu

A travel blog entry by shonachalmers

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Saw the closer view of the falls from the Argentine side. Got completely soaked by the spray at the Devil's Throat. After lunch we wandered on the paths through the falls for a different view from the bottom and got a boat trip which took us right ...

Iguazu Falls - Argentina, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - Argentina

A travel blog entry by phil-marie2010

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... to Brazil the next day. Po mensim problemu na hranicich s Brazilii jsme byli radi, kdyz jsme se ubytovali v hezkem hostelu v Puerto Iguazu. Zbytek dne jsme stravili prochazkou po meste, navstivili jsme par obchodu se suvenyrama a zasli na parilladu. Druhy ...

What a welcome to Argentina.., Puerto Iguaz˙, Argentina travel blog

What a welcome to Argentina..

A travel blog entry by adandgen

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Unlike the Brazilian town, Puerto Iguazu in Argentina seems to exists for the sole purpose of giving visitors to the falls a place to stay. This means that it is fairly easy to find a hostel (we stayed in a pretty nice one, though Gen had to sleep in a ...

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