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... layer of road dust as the trucks went by! Paraguay sells electrical items much cheaper than in Brazil so lots of Brazilian go there to do some shopping, which is why the commercial area by the border has become so vast - if only we known that beforehand!
After a few days up north it was time for Dad and I to head back via a flight to Buenos Aires for our last few days together. That however requires a whole new ...
Day 92 Iguassu Falls
We left the Sheraton on the Argentina side and headed over to the Brazilian side. Our hotel is now the Hotel Das Cataratas right in the park. We can see the falls from the terrace. This is one beautiful hotel and large. We have a smallish room but it is comfortable enough, no desk for Rich.
We arrived before noon and had lunch by poolside. The pool area is just heaven, many, many lounges, towels ...
... the international bus stop for a bus to Argentina. Now this wasn't some main terminal, just a normal straight up bus shelter at the side of the road that you'd use to 'pop in to town'....but it just so happened to take you across the border to another country!
We made it through and arrived at our hostel where we had a lovely garden cabana all to ourselves.
The one main attraction here is the magnificent Iguazu Falls, ...
... a lot of coins for other countries around the world. Is this one of the situations? For the night we stayed at another Hostelling international place. It is too bad as we were only staying for the night as it had a terrific pool, a restaurant and bar, and a large lounge area. The rooms were also very spacious for six people and we had our own bathroom just for the room. Oh well, tomorrow we started our two day drive towards Buenos ...
... days in jhb before the trip, we felt right at home with no elec but for next 2 days it came on and off, as did the water so we had our first taste of 'roughing it'
The next day we got up early again...well very early as we forgot that we were now an hour behind Brazil! Oops. It's a good thing we did though because the Argentina side of the falls is a little less organised and even being early, we still had to queue ...