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We arrived in the small tourist town of Puerto Iguazu at around 0930. It was slightly raining but we braved it and walked the two or so blocks down to our hostel. As expected, the room wasn't quite ready this early, so we dumped our bags in the office and went to the closest bakery, grabbed two coffees, walked few more shops to the mini market and grabbed some ham, cheese, eggs and bread (from bakery). We trekked back the hostel and cooked up ...
... had an early night.
We got up early and headed the falls where I got South American discount as I've got a new South American look :p. The waterfalls were spetacular again but I did prefer the Brazilian side although half of the Argentinian side was closed due to flooding. This time though we got a ...
... soaked through it was hilarious and showed us just how powerful the water flowing down was. After a few more photo ops and drying off slightly we decided to head back to down and cooked a big bolognese in the hostel before catching yet another 27 hour bus to Salta via Tucaman. We were due to leave Puerto Iguazu at 9.30 pm and arrive in Salta at 1am over 24 hours later... 60 hours on busses in 4 ...
... finally cocaina! A quick progression in the sales market.
Once we were back in Brazil we ate at the cheapest kilo restaurant (a Brazilian eating out experience, where you buffet but pay for the weight of the food on your plate). Then we caught a bus to Argentina in order to catch a 16 hour night bus to Uruguay. The bus was relatively comfortably and we got on board having been told ...
... The trail did however end pretty much under one though! The rain did not perturb us and as James commented it was lovely to see the contrast with the weather and therefore the different atmospherics. The trail ended with a glass elevator back up to the buses and the last view point! We were squished in like sardines in a can!!! Good job we are not claustrophobic! We exchanged emails and addresses of course with jean and got dropped off at the airport where we have ...