Borges Design Hostel

Address: Paraguay 4539, Capital Federal District, 1425, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Paraguay 4539, Capital Federal District, is near Bird Park, Parque Das Aves, Iguacu National Park, and Calle Museo Caminito.
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    Travel Blogs from Capital Federal District

    Cataratas del Iguazu

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Nov 10, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... 20 minute boat ride to the bottom of the Devil's Throat and the Mbigua Falls. We were well wet by the spray and then a couple of waves broached the boat to ensure we were all drenched! Around 4:30pm we had a brief but violent thunderstorm with hail that was entertaining to watch from our waterfall-view hotel room. We saw a flock of Toucans with their huge, brightly coloured beaks; a pretty Jay hoping to be ...

    'I'm all wet!'

    A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Oct 02, 2015

    ... the rest of the day walking around the park comando and i used my anarak as a skirt. What a sight.Next we took the little train to the main falls where we walked along a bridge over the river and met the vast cauldron of bubbling water. It was so impressive. And again we got wet from the spray.Our final part of the day was a 7k walk to a mini fall that you can swim underneath. It was fairly quiet and in itself a very spectacular fall, although crushed by what ...

    Iguazu falls.

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Sep 04, 2015

    48 photos

    ... from the top.

    Our third stop for the day was going to be Devil's Throat. This is where the greatest volume of water passes on the falls. In order to get there you can either walk, which we did, or catch the train which is usually jam packed and you have to queue to get on it. The walk was fantastic there were loads of butterflies along the route and it was peaceful as well as beautiful. We arrived just as the train was pulling in but we all used the bathroom and waited ...


    A travel blog entry by tomogle on May 15, 2015

    17 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Cataratas do Iguaçú

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Apr 12, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Buenos Aires and are on their way to Alaska. May be I meet them again somwhere further down the road. The other couple are Rodrigo and Paula, who is a professional dancer. Rodrigo is a painter by heart, who designs shoes for a living. Lovely young people who seem to have found their way, earning their money with what they like to do most. The food must be bought first. Maarten drives John in Les' car to Foz do Iguaçu, where they have shops and internet. In the meantime, I go for ...