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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... respite and the pilot turned for home and sped back down the river to our launching point. It had been an incredible fun filled flight which kept us jabbering in excitement as we met back up with Ary and boarded the eco- friendly transport back to our starting point. 15 mins later we were back at our plush hotel and Ary left us with the promise to pick us up at 7:30 the next morning to take us to the Argentinian side of the falls. Whilst Annick and I had hot showers and hung ...
... from the bus station to the hostel, easy check in and went off in search of a laundry as clothes were going through second cycles without a wash. Found the laundry, got some reais from the HSBC bank and went out and grabbed our bus ticket to campo grande tomorrow evening. I found a pair of havies (thongs) on the cheap for 20reais ($8) as my 80c panama specials were at the end of their life. We walked down to the supermarket and were ...
... of flood as the water level is currently fairly low - not that we would have noticed. In July 2014 a massive flood washed away sections and it took 5 months to rebuild and repair. They have a drought about every 10 years, the last in 2007. The falls are amazing - I'm sure the photos won't be able to show the magnitude. We got a bit wet from the spray, but didn't put the ponchos on - you couldn't see the bottom of 'devil's throat' for the ...
Yesterday we visited the Brazilian side of the falls. We booked a private tour through the hotel and we were picked up at the hotel by Gisela, the guide, and a driver, Walter, at 9 a.m. The weather was superb, clear and sunny. After leaving the hotel, we stopped at the Cambio where John changed some more USD into pesos so that we could pay for the tour in pesos. Then we drove over the bridge to Brazil and the guide expedited our ...
... visited a Bird Park where we saw macaws, parrots and other South American birds. Around half of the birds have been rescued from traffickers and the rest have been bred with the intention of releasing them to the wild at somepoint.
Itaipu Dam wasn't far away either, on the border of Paraguay, so we took a bus out there too. This dam is the 2nd biggest hydroelectric dam in the world and produces 90% of Paraguay's electricity and ...