Pousada Da Angelica
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... magical, as the sun scattered its light over the river, fragmenting itself into fully arced rainbows, in front of the falls, throughout the day. We ended the day relaxing and enjoying our evening, cooking and swapping stories with the group of travelers who had all converged at Bambú Hostel.
We spent Saturday morning relaxing until the not insignificant World Cup quarter finals match between Argentina and Belgium came on EVERY television in ...
... views in. On our way back to the hostel Kelsey, Ami and I stopped at the supermarket. Our fajitas (without tortillas) and a bottle of wine finished the day off perfectly! Omer and Adam had returned from Paraguay so they joined us at our wine party and we taught them how to play our new (and only) card game. Adam loved it, Omer wasn't so keen as he kept losing. They then amazed us with their communication ...
... an unusual water-vapor. Walking through the forest and on several pasarelas on top of the calm and big Rio Plata, we finally arrive to this beautiful “Hell”!
The river jumps almost 100 meters like in a m*********** open in one side to allow the downer river to continue its way, and the water, coming from everywhere literally explodes creating a crazy water-fight effect.
Result: other 5 minutes speechless and then other hundreds of pictures waiting for the ...
The hostel lady kindly (or so we thought at the time) said we could leave our bags with her as we left Paraguay and headed for Brazil. It was a slow process and involved three currencies, three busses and sadly three hours, but finally we reached the Brazilian side of the Igauzu waterfalls. The first thing we saw as we approached the park entrance were large, backpack sized lockers! If only we had known we would not have had to return ...
... Incredible. The Argentinian side was better.
We agreed it was probably the best thing we had ever seen. Looking at it from above, side ways, etc. was one thing but we thought it best to see it up close.
Stripped down, shoes off, life jackets on. In the speed boat we went searching for that wee bit of adrenaline. Chicken here made Han sit closest to the edge.
First up was a sprinkling from the smaller falls, before a sudden speed change going straight ...