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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... kid. The view we had of the falls was looking directly at the Argentinian side. It was immense. They had had a fair bit of rainfall in the last few days which made the falls even more spectacular.
There was a walking trail that takes you for about 2km from where the bus drops you off, through the forest where you are granted incredible views of the various sets of falls. It looked like the falls were about to overflow! What ...
... Cup season fast approaching. We stayed in a homestay out in Sao Conrado, a quaint house with over 20 students and young working Brazilians working there and run by a French man who had been in Brazil for over 20 years. The area was exquisite but because there was a bus strike for the first couple of days that we were there, we were forced to take taxis, an expensive exercise to say the least even with three splitting the bill. The bus strike was the start to ...
With our day coming to an end in this glorious park, we wander the trails back to the entrance after a wonderful day.
The ride back is quick and we walk through town to grab something to eat. After another great meal before retiring to the hotel.
Tomorrow, we head South… way south down to El Calafate in Patagonia where we plan to see ice, mountains and nature.
... in time for our bus (after almost missing the bus in Florianopolis) and also whether it was worth checking out the risky town of Ciudad del Este; I convinced her it would be fine and off we set, with Eliot, to Paraguay! We had to get an exit stamp from Argentina and then after crossing the border via Brazil, we got our proof of Paraguay with an entry stamp (they wouldn't give it to us if we said we were only there for a few hours, so we told them a little lie and ...