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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... what the title suggested - the three frontiers of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. After walking around for a while I got back to the hostel where I signed up for the Argentinian Asado which they put on every night. The first night costs 120 Argentinian Pesos decreasing by 20 every night in a row you eat here. While waiting for dinner I went out to the bar in the backyard for free Caiprikosa's where I met a whole bunch of people. In particular some Germans and two awesome ...
... after a while walking, I started to realise it was going to be much further. We spun around and went for a walk through town, checked out a few stores before returning to the hostel in time for dinner. We met a local guy from Rio and Spanglish conversation but managed to get a few tips off him on places to check out here in Brazil. We finished dinner and went back to the room and flicked the TV on, no English channels so off to sleep it ...
... The hotel room was adequate and had much needed hot water and air conditioning, so we had no problem getting to sleep.
In the morning, we had the usual hotel breakfast of some bread, cheese, cured ham and liters of strong black coffee, then we inquired with the desk clerk about how to get to the famous Iguazu Falls. She informed us that we just had to walk to a bus station about 4 blocks away and buy round-trip tickets to the Falls, ...
... noise, water and energy. Absolutely breathtakingly beautiful! As part of the Argentina side I took a boat ride which took us to the base of some of the falls and under one. I got absolutely drenched but it was so much fun! In the afternoon we went by train to the starting point of the falls. This was the highlight for me - standing at the top and seeing a massive river disappear down a ...
... them to their meal than get bitten retrieving it and influenced by the massing storm clouds we left the park back for town and after a slap up pizza meal in a local shopping mall went to bed. The next day we were to fly to Rio de Jainero to experience the buzz of Carnaval with our friends Jason and Ingrid, whom had managed to get a visa for Brazil at the last second from the Argentinian embassy in Puerto Iguazu. Our Brazilian adventure was only just ...