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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... were also Amazonian river otters, ant-eaters, a very slothful sloth (disappointing) and a strange feline that resembled a cross between a domestic cat and a lynx. However, our favourite animal had to be the hyperactive armadillo that was sprinting laps around its enclosure, running through hollow logs and piles of leaves. Still wanting to explore what the area had to offer, we walked from the animal centre to an unusual attraction nearby, the Casa de Botellas (House ...
... in 1975 and the first generator was operational in 1984, there are now upto 20 generators, the last of which was installed in 1991. The dam and the lake that has been created effectively sit in a Neutral zone as designated by the Itaipu Act between Brasil and Paraguay signed in 1966. The dam produces over 75% of Paraguays daily requirement of electricity from just 2 of their 10 generators (they sell the rest of it to Brasil) and 17% of Brasils requirement. ...
... central bus station. I opt for “Marcopolo Inn” just across the
street from the central bus station. In less than twenty minutes I
have accommodations for the next two nights for about US$30 per
A walk around town, a delicious and inexpensive dinner at La Dama Juana
restaurant and then I wait for my “Great Adventure” at Iguazu
Falls to begin at 7:15am tomorrow morning.
... are big pictures everywhere showing someone's hand that has been sliced open by one of them and is bleeding. This picture is enough to put anyone off striking one but what I didn't realise is that they actually come and attack you if you have food! On a couple of occasions I saw a gang of them unexpectedly run out of the trees and viciously grab hold of bags containing food. It was pretty scary stuff. I wasn't going to let one of those fur balls ...