Pousada das Flores
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... less time spent interacting with them the better. I mustered some energy to join everyone else for one last meal out together as a full group of five but there was no final big night with three of us still feeling pretty rough, Tony Tony as always helped himself to a couple more beers.
I woke up the next morning feeling much better, unfortunately the weather had taken a turn for the worse. By the time we'd had some breakfast and were getting ready to head to the ...
... entrance of the National Park to visit the gift shop for some souvenirs. No, no chance. Buses weren't even operating to the park. I found this out when I got to the Border Crossing and had my passport
checked and stamped.
Given that I had spent $110.00 on a 'reciprosity agreement' to allow entry into Argentina, I felt a bit cheated. Only thing to do was find a taxi to take me into the little town of ...
They helped a little but on the board walk to the middle of the main part of the Iguacu side we still got soaking wet!
We then had lunch on the river overlooking the other side of Devil's Throat.
That evening we ...
... we were drenched in minutes. We got some great photos and just stopped to take it all in. That much water, the power and speed of it all. Wow! We took some good photos and waited a bit as the mist was clearing up a bit, and what it uncovered was a series of spectacular waterfalls cascading along a shelf in the rock. Birds were swirling around inside the falls, it was like something out of a movie. We decided that we should come back in the afternoon to get a ...
Got to hostel, had a quick shower and headed out. A lovely hot day again. Much welcomed by us after a rainy week in Curitiba. We're going to miss the sun so much when we're home.
Bus packed and we're on our way. We stop at the trail and take our first glimpse of the falls. It looks great. I stop and take a few pictures while Hannah is trying to escape one of the little animals hunting the park for food. Little bugger clawed our bag open.