Hostal Aguas Mansas
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... it was Sunday. This meant that finding an open restaurant proved tricky and in the end we went for a little splash out (£20 per head) at an all-you-can-eat BBQ. Food was incredible, with a massive and diverse buffet (Becca got some fresh salad and a couple of Englishy bits so was very happy!) and awesome meat, including specially prepared filet cooked to order. There were plenty of photos on the wall of famous people eating there. Recognised a few of the footballers, ...
... on Sunday it was raining a lot, so it turned into a bit of a write off - but it was still nice to be somewhere semi-familiar! I'm in a neighbourhood called Palermo, which is definitely the nicest part of Buenos Aires. I literally haven't been into the centre this whole week. The days have been ultra chilled out, just visiting the last touristy areas I missed last time and exploring the neighbourhood (pretending I'm a local). I visited the Botanical Gardens, which ...
... to get random people to be his or her friend.
We walked back to the park with the craft fair and relaxed on a bench, watching the world go by while Emily slept. There was a guy making huge bubbles much to the delight of some kids who gleefully chased them. Then a cab ride later and back at the hotel, and ready for a big night out which turned out to be at the Argentinian Dennys because every other option ...
... Foz do Iguazu with excellent facilities and a pool.
Border information: Exit Argentina at Puerto Iguassu, enter Brazil at Foz do Iguacu.
Foz Do Iguacu 16 Feb 2014
Today is a non-driving day. We have free time to enjoy the Brazilian Iguazu Falls, with a range of activities available. We stay for a second night at the same campsite
Bonito 17 Feb 2014
Today is an all day drive day as we travel 800 kms drive ...
... hours of sightseeing. We were all dying of thirst and sooo hot when we eventually got off the bus - not sure how we are going to cope when we get to Mendoza as its 36 degrees there at the moment. There were a couple of very red Brits in our apartment tonight - I.e. Matt and Jules. We had dinner at a restaurant about 100m from our apartment and it was really good and cheap - £9 for a humongous steak and £2.50 for a large glass or vino - happy ...