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After leaving Paraguay we got a bus back into Brazil and then another one to Argentina where we were left behind by the bus at the border. An hour later in no mans land we were finally picked up by another bus and entered into Argentina. There were a few issues getting money out in Argentina but I sorted it all ...
... these small weird animals the look like anteaters, we headed along the lower walk of the falls. This gave some amazing long distance views of the falls as well as having some amazing tropical birds and butterflies. At the end of the walkway was the dock where we took our 'thrilling boat trip' we'd signed up for that morning that took us right under two parts of the falls! Although we ...
As a group we agreed to spend a free morning doing a quick nip to Paraguay which was only half hour to the boarder. It ticked the box but was essentially just a shopping trip.
Paraguay is meant to be the cheapest country in S America for electronics etc so some of the group bought some bits. As you walk along the street people start off offering you electrics, followed by marihuana ...
... talking to us as she found it difficult to understand Carlos!!! We ended up walking with her the rest if the morning! She is called Jean, lives in Cambridge and has spent much of her life travelling as an economist!! So many stories... Much like UK2OZ David! Due to the weather, we were dressed in raincoats with an umbrella to protect the camera as much as possible. This side was spectacular too, but for different merits. More of a panorama than up close and ...
... everyone I spoke to I set of after two days by the lake to head north, 170km to the next tarmaced road. They were saying things like, 'no one goes that way', 'there is nothing there'. But filled with my beginners luck and ignorance I ignored these local stories! Leaving the pueblito at 10am with all my kit (near enough 30kgs) I walked to the other end of town to catch the vehicles leaving for the north. 30 mins later nothing had come, so I decided to have ...