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... lesson for next time is “don’t make sure to have money before you go” (or maybe not...).
Once inside the park, we found that food and drinks were extremely expensive and so we only bought the minimum to survive the day. Except for this, the day was exceptional. We started by walking the lower trail, where we got some good views of the falls from below. We also wanted to take the boat across to the island in the middle, but there was too much water and so ...
... three German, we hit the road in a taxi to the Parque Nacional Iguazu, we bought our tickets (260 Argentine pesos = £20) Once inside, we found the famous coatis, small rodents snagging any form of food and ready to help themselves in your bags if you are not vigilant. We took the train to get to the "Garganta del Diablo" (Devil's Throat), but we had to stopped before. Nevermind we continued on foot. All along and because of the rain, large puddles impede our way but ...
Yesterday (17 October), left Lima and flew to Iguazu Falls. We arrived around 6pm and unpacked and had dinner and a couple of nightcaps and that was about it! The temperature here was about 38 degrees - we got off the plane and it was like stepping into a sauna! Today, we had an eight hour day in this wondrous resort. It's the only hotel actually situated in the Iguazu National Park so we can walk along the paths before or ...
... plastic souvenir ponchos.
Once we got there we consulted the information dude to see what our best route would be and he suggested the blue trail first and to catch the 12:40 boat into the falls. As suggested we walked along the first entry trail to get us to the blue trail which was the trail we needed to navigate before we arrived at the departure point for our first boat ride; one that was going to take us underneath the falling waters ...
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 ...