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... bus, which takes us across and waits for everyone to
finish immigration formalities. The bus takes us to the Argentinian town of Puerto
de Iguazu, which is an equivalent of Foz do Iguazu just on the other side of
the border. From there we take another bus to the falls. Once we get there it
is similar to the Brazilian side, it is however much larger with several trails
you can explore and instead of ...
... that was too psyched to sleep – resorted to earplugs and only managed to drop off before my alarm was due to go off, thus oversleeping by ½ hour. Had wanted to get to the park early enough to beat the coachloads on the narrow walkways.
Had a quick breakfast, using a spare bun to make a sandwich for lunch and got to the park by 9.30 – late as big crowds already forming, the biggest being members of some ...
... finally cocaina! A quick progression in the sales market.
Once we were back in Brazil we ate at the cheapest kilo restaurant (a Brazilian eating out experience, where you buffet but pay for the weight of the food on your plate). Then we caught a bus to Argentina in order to catch a 16 hour night bus to Uruguay. The bus was relatively comfortably and we got on board having been told ...
... of water. In and out they happily took us. My plastic coat was being ripped to pieces and both of us were saturated after our oversized shower. It was brilliant! My camera begged to differ which was firmly stuck in zoom mode flashing error on the screen. We had a very boisterous boat who demanded to go in several times more and the boat smart **** was discreetly pummelled more than others much to our delight. If only he had fallen overboard too ;) After getting off the boat ...
... in the jungle in the national park and back to the campsite for another parrilla (BBQ) for one - god I love meat! Today I rented a kayak to go up the Rio Uruguay and Rio Soberbio, a damn good workout for 2 hours and much enjoyed. I even had a butterfly accompany me for the majority! Now sitting in a tin hut as the heavens have opened......this will making packing my tent away fun at 4.30am tomorrow to catch my bus to Iguazu! Anyway Las Cataratas ...