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Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu
... It really reminded us how lucky we are to be here and to be seeing these amazing things! The town of Puerto Iguazù is pretty basic really. It's small, consisting of a few restaurants, tourist shops and supermarkets. Not much to see or do except for down along the river where you can see three countries. Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. The only thing separating the three is rivers. It was really cool to all three at once. The walk along the river was quite pretty ...
... I was at Broome there was this croc cage was about 7ft high. This one was about waist height. Not my waist height. But you know what I mean. At Bali they had a glass wall that was 10mm thick for there tigers and here they just had a wire fence around it with a rope going around the cage so you stay 1 metre away from it. That didn't stop Shaun from poking his finger in there. When the taxi drivers answer ...
... dry-land sopping wet. Fortunately we had decided to bring spare T-shirts with us as we thought it may rain during the day, unfortunately we had to make do with our sopping wet shorts for the remainder of the day. We continued on by foot to various parts of the falls, with a range of different heights and ferocities all incredible sites. We tracked on through the jungle surrounds and met some of the local wildlife, hundreds of little raccoon like ...
... Argentina, brazil and Paraguay ..... And although we had been on the move for 36 hours we thought ' why not!!!' Ill tell you why not..... They canceled on us, asking if we would like to go at 5 am instead...... Errrrr no! After printing 12 pages (cost us about £10) for our boarding passes for our next flight, we needed food! I previously had been sick after taking doxy on a VERY dehydrated stomach.... ...
To exercise the mind,
Card games and laughter,
It's fun every time!
Then out came the hot chocolate,
As Lee brewed the kettle,
Kelly telling stories of Texas
As the camp started to settle.
Then "Ho, ho, ho!",
Came the sound of Ken's voice.
Brazil for Christmas,
What a good choice!