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... the Argentinian side was better than the Brazillian side as you could get a lot closer to the water and there were a lot more trails and walkways that were actually constructed over the water so you could literally stand on the edge of the falls.
We returned to the hostel very tired, hot and hungry but so happy we had made the effort to visit both sides. That evening a group of lads from the hostel had arranged a game of football at a ...
... views) so we bid farewell to Argentina and prepared to enter the next country on our itinerary. This should have been easy since the town we were heading to in Brazil, Foz do Iguaçu, is only a 15 minute bus ride from Puerto Iguazu. We managed to turn it into a 2 hour emotional episode though by nearly losing our backpacks at the border. At the border everyone got off the bus for immigration which was a whizz and took about 5 minutes. Coming out of ...
... full, so we stick to conventional class. Which is ok, but we did notice that there is water leaking into the drivers cabin, hmmm. Never mind as long as we don't get wet. The bus drives directly to the Brazil-Argentinian boarder, same one we took a few days back when we went to the Argentinian waterfalls. But the border crossing incredibly takes about two hours, last time it took literally 10 minutes. It seems like they didn’t let a few 'locals’ through for ...
... things interesting for those not so enamoured with only birds. The park acts as a shelter for birds rescued from mistreatment/trafficking and for conservation breeding. Of all the birds in the park, 50% were rescued and 43% were born there so they're doing a pretty good job.
The entry fee was 28 reals for one, but we only had pesos and they didn't take cards so we ended paying a lot more due to a poor exchange rate. We did get a free night's accommodation last night though ...
... was incredible! After the show we met up with some others and went out for a night of dancing and drinking in Palermo, the club we ended up in only played Spanish music but we still stayed there until 6am so it must have been good! Our last day in BA was spent being very hungover but considering it was rainy it was the perfect day to go to a shopping mall and see The Hunger Games! Then we had an early night ready for another 2 day drive to Puerto Iguazu, the ...