Borges Design Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... some rapids, which guaranteed we got totally soaked - I even got a mouth & nose full!! Was great fun ... Sorry, no photos of the actual boat ride as the camera would not have survived. Back to the hotel for a hot shower & dry off. Lunch & a bit of a feet up awaiting transfer to airport. Flight to Lima. Arrived late, walked to hotel within the ...
... to be staying. We arrived at the bus station in Puerto Iguazu after organising to see Louise and Charlotte that night and I walked for about 60 seconds to get to my hostel. Awesome. I am staying in a hostel called "Mango Chill" a really awesome place that is more like a motel than a hostel. I checked in and was given a welcome drink by the dude behind the desk called Manu. I waited around for a while as I couldn't check in until 4pm and ran into a guy from Spain that I had ...
... be salespeople for this hotel. Very usual here as we find out later. By the side of the road there are various tourist information signs, but they are all individual sales people who lead you to a hotel or cabanas of their choice. The hotel is a concrete block with an iron gate and a small swimming pool on the binnenplaats. A space to cook, grill and eat. Wifi. What more do you need? A shower. For the first time we get aquainted with the suicide shower. ...
... the jungle is that as you are about to land all you can see around you is tree tops! Somehow at the last minute a field appears and you are safely on the ground. A short ten minute drive away was the Sheraton Hotel. Walking into the lobby presents the most amazing and ridiculous sight, through the glass behind the reception desk was our first view of the Iguazu Falls. Checked in, we immediately sat in the bar with a cold beer and sat in silence ...
... We had tickets on the boat which takes us close to the waterfalls, this was at 13.30. We wandered down and put on our life jackets and boarded the boat. We have special waterproof bags for our personal belongings. We were given a small taste with going close to the falls and getting covered by the mist and then they told us to put all our cameras safely in the waterproof bags. We headed towards the second biggest falls and went straight towards it, the water was so strong you ...