Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu, Brazil

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Brazillian iguacu falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Brazillian iguacu falls

A travel blog entry by fsorbie

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... nice, a bit like a camomil and green tea that had been in the water too long and gone bitter. Gave passport to enter brazil, more stamps! When you arrive at the national park you have no idea there is anything spectacular to see. You still have to take ...

Rain at Iguassu = Relaxing at Hostel Natura, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Rain at Iguassu = Relaxing at Hostel Natura

A travel blog entry by danasv

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I woke up to rain and realised I'd forgotten to turn my alarm on the previous night. After breakfast and a shower I relaxed for the rest of the day in the hostel common room After the last day and a half really needed break, and the weather really ...

That's banana-cheap, Foz do Iguacu , Brazil travel blog

That's banana-cheap

A travel blog entry by jac_rob

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... get back into what we came here for... long bus trips. We needed to get to Porto Alegre to catch a bus to Foz do Iguaçu. The Uruguay/Brazil border of Chui Chuy has a reputation of being the most complicated in South America if you attempt to cross it ...

The breathtaking Iguazu falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The breathtaking Iguazu falls

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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... miss if you are in Argentina or Brazil! Make the effort.  We caught a bus back to the central bus station of Foz do Iguacu and boarded a bus to Ciudad del Este where we had to cross another border to get into Paraguay. Three ...

Iguassu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by jamesburford

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Iguassu Falls, undeniably one of the greatest sights of the natural world, stands on the border of Argentina and Brazil just south of Paraguay. The falls can be seen from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides and offer a different view from each.  ...

Iguazu - the Brazilian side, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu - the Brazilian side

A travel blog entry by davelauren

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Iguazu National Park is home to the largest remnant of the Atlantic forest in Brazil. The falls are formed by the waters of the Iguazu River. Today there are approximately  275 waterfalls with the largest water flow occurring in October and the smallest ...

Iguacu Falls From Another Point of View, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu Falls From Another Point of View

A travel blog entry by gypsylifestyle

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From Rio de Janeiro we took another 24 hour bus ride to the Iguacu Falls (the Brazilian side). When we arrived we quickly went to our Hostel to unload our backpacks and headed for the Argentinean border for some of the GREAT meats, cheeses and wine! We ...

Foz de Iguacu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz de Iguacu

A travel blog entry by benandsabine

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Iguazu ...

Des merveilles humaines ?, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Des merveilles humaines ?

A travel blog entry by charlyvaness

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... turbine a un débit de 690m³/s (soit la moitié des chutes d'Iguaçu) et produit 700 Megawatts. Dans l'intervalle, la ville de Foz do Iguaçu est passée de 20000 habitants à plus de 300000 aujourd'hui, grace à l'afflux massif de travailleurs (au ...

The most spectacular waterfalls in the world!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The most spectacular waterfalls in the world!

A travel blog entry by muzz_travelling

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... , ´these things are amazing!´ The falls of Iguaçu are the result of a combination of rivers from Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil, all merging into one and heading for a massive drop off into a single fast flowing river, which offers some spectacular ...

Majestic, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Majestic

A travel blog entry by riege

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... falls are absolutely fasinating. There are over 260 falls cascading over the edge. Bin gerade mit dem Uebernacht-Bus nach Foz de Iguacu angereist und konnte ein wenig schlafen aber nicht sehr tief. Nach Ankunft sind wir zuerst direkt zu einem Vogelpark ...

Celebrating Brazilian/Irish relations., Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Celebrating Brazilian/Irish relations.

A travel blog entry by purcy

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... the mosquito free environment and enjoyed some time playing in the pool and sampling the local nightlife, before we moved on to Foz de Iguacu. In what felt like the middle of nowhere, we pitched our tents in the green field, near a small lake. Not to ...

Iguaza Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguaza Falls

A travel blog entry by sranmal

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Our 10am bus from Asuncion, Paraguay to Foz do Iguazu, Brazil should have taken 5-6 hours. Things looked hopeful as about 5 1/2 hours after departing, we got to the Paraguay-Brazil border and could see Foz in the distance. We joined a queue of coaches. ...

Finally the Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Finally the Falls

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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Foz de Iguacu is one of Brazil's major attractions other than the amazon. For those of you keeping up with my blog you may have seen we made one attempt to see them which was scuppered by a car accident. Well, as Marcelo's cousin Gildomar has a shop, ...

Waterfalls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by alisoncuddy

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After a very uncomfortable overnight bus, we arrived in our first Brazilian city, Foz de Iguazu, first thing in the morning.  Our first day we visited the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls which had an amazing panoramic view of the massive ...

A Cataratas od sousedu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

A Cataratas od sousedu

A travel blog entry by koutinka

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Dneska jsme dle planu (fuj to je ale osklive slovo) navstivily vodopady z brazilske strany, ktera sice nemela umoznit tak primy kontakt s vodopady jako argentynska, zato mela poskytnou celkovy pohled a prilezitosti pro panoramaticka fota. Nabizel se i ...

Let it rain, Let it rain, Let it rain, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Let it rain, Let it rain, Let it rain

A travel blog entry by adfieldbigtrip

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... by a 4 day trek into the Jungle starting on Monday 23.  We can hardly wait for the multiple 5.30am starts! So we leave Brazil behind us and look forward to the next exciting phase of thr trip in Peru!  Thanks for all your emails - we promise ...

275 waterfalls, eh?, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

275 waterfalls, eh?

A travel blog entry by brettelmer

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"275 waterfalls? C'mon now, you're jokin me!" I exclaim as my bus heads towards Iguassu Falls, the Brazilian side. I say the Brazilian side because Iguassu Falls is no ordinary bunch of waterfalls. Oh no. It's the 5 meat patty whopper of waterfalls. It's ...

25 hours later Ive arrived!!, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

25 hours later Ive arrived!!

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll

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Tired but safe! Journey was fine, if just a little too long! I have a couple of days here to explore. Hostel is nice and staff seem friendly!! Off for some food now.... Chow ...

Foz de Iguacu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz de Iguacu

A travel blog entry by chrisandlindy

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Race to meet John James (for those that don´t know him - an old varsity friend come to join us for two weeks) at the falls. Brazilian side is pretty shitty (the town itself not the falls) Falls- see ...

Iguazu falls take two, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu falls take two

A travel blog entry by bevhunt

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... Iguazu from the Brazilian side too. We had a relatively pain-free border crossing and then travelled onwards to the town of Foz do Iguacu where we spent the night. The following morning we set out on the arduous journey to reach the falls. This ...

Elegant Violence, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Elegant Violence

A travel blog entry by andersontravel

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... it is probably better for our own safety that we didn´t. A couple other neat things we did in the town of Foz do Iguazu, Brazil, before we headed into Argentina was to visit the Itaipu hydroelectric dam. Doesn´t sound terribly exciting, I know, but ...

The Mighty Falls, Foz de Iguacu , Brazil travel blog

The Mighty Falls

A travel blog entry by jothomas

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... and take us across the border. We got our stamps and proceeded onto the falls. From this side they were absolutely AMAZING!!! From the Brazil side as I already said you get the overall veiw but here the walkways go right out on top of the falls, the water ...

Iguazu Falls and Itaipu Dam, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls and Itaipu Dam

A travel blog entry by wabbey

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... bus after saying our farewells to Floripa. This sadness faded rather abruptly when we arrived in the small town of Foz do Iguacu the following day. After checking into a brilliant hostel we immediately departed for the sole reason why this town ...

Mar 02, 2010, Parque Nacional Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

Mar 02, 2010

A travel blog entry by dlaunay

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ITAIPU, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

ITAIPU

A travel blog entry by jogo

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... mathematical understanding :-) Nevertheless I am fascinated by technique and therefore decide to visit the Itaipu dam (Cooperation between Brazil and Paraguay) after a really great breakfast in Hostel 76 which I can recommend whole-heartedly. I am happy, ...

The Other Side of the Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The Other Side of the Falls

A travel blog entry by whereugoing

... but the setup, the layout of the Argentina side gives you a lot more ways to experience the falls. We spent two hours on the Brazil side and almost 6 hours wandering around the Argentine side - we took the small train, and then the 1km catwalk, out to the ...

Journey to the falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Journey to the falls

A travel blog entry by jimanddan

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... the Brazillian and Argentinan borders. You can see the flags painted on the curbs and the river which divides argentina, brazil and paraguay and feeds the falls in the background. Overall the Argentinan side was much better. Lots more vantage ...

Foz de Iguaçu Argentina side, Foz de Iguaçu, Argentina travel blog

Foz de Iguaçu Argentina side

A travel blog entry by giovanna

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... see, and our first stop was the 3 markers or the place where you could stand on Argentina land with only a river between you and Brazil on one side and Paraguay on the other. On to the falls and being convinced to take a jet boat first to have a ...

Border Crossing to Brazil, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

Border Crossing to Brazil

A travel blog entry by crismanila77

... Brazilian border office, where we had to be stamped in. We had to take another bus that finally took us to Foz De Iguacu. Foz de Iguacu offers the panoramic view of the Argentinian falls. It has several walkways that give tourists sweeping view points of ...

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