Hotel Mi Abuela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... glance. The Argentinian town of Puerto Iguazú is noticably different from the Paraguayan Ciudad del Este, though the two are only a few miles apart. In Puerto Iguazú everything is a little more ordered, a little cleaner, a lot more expensive and everyone is a little less friendly. We were undoubtably back in Argentina. Our hostel, the Mango Chill, was delightful though, with air conditioning in our dorm, a beautiful patio area and best of all a pool! ...
... wearing on helicopters. It was so much fun and I plan to ride in more helicopters in the future! Silvano also offered to take us to a bird park. After he told us it would take at least an hour and a half inside we said no thank you. It was the end of the day and we were pooped and were not in the mood to get pooped on in the Birdpark! We have a 4 o'clock pick up tomorrow morning for our flight to the Amazon, so we are going to sleep now. thanks for ...
... front of where the main stream of water hits the water below. This means that you get not only the lighter sections of the cascading water but you also get a thick spray from the main sections of the waterfall hitting the river. You can't see a thing because it is like someone spraying a shower in your face! We did this a few times at a couple of sections and there was lots of screaming and cheering! It was really good fun apart from the fact that ...
... Because it's all about portions. I've been in Brasil nearly a month and have seen what, a quarter!? But I have obviously been here and gotten a god taste. So I've decided Paraguay counts, and my benchmark is that every country will count as long as I've gone there on purpose. Airport transfers for example don't count. As such this entry is listed as staying in Ciudad del Este when in fact I am staying in Foz do Iguacu.
Back at the hostel ...
... lunch around 13.30pm and carried on driving. I've decided Brazil's inner landscape is pretty boring. If I didn't know any better, I would think we were driving through rural Victoria. A lot of farm land, crops, cows and well, a lot of nothing! Its all been very dry. That was until about 4pm when we experienced a Melbourne like snap with the temperature plummeting and the rain started pouring. Despite all of this, ...