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... plummeting into nothingness. Only as the water fell could you begin to appreciate its colossal mass. Below us, we could see only a cloud of spray, which floated up to us like rain travelling in an upwards, diagonal direction. Every now and then, a current of air would whip up the cloud, drenching us in spray. The roar was relentless. A few dozen metres downstream, we could just catch a glimpse of the churning waters tumbling away. A slim, vivid rainbow was arching out of ...
... had our first sighting of the falls from the plane window... wow. This whetted our appetite to visit them, meaning we ended up with a grand total of 6 passport stamps each by the end of the day. Out of Brazil and into Argentina (2) we dropped our bags at the hostel. Deciding to visit the Brazilian side we got the bus back out of Argentina and into Brazil (4) to head to the cataratas. We were blown away by the scale and power of the falls. The Brazilian ...
... géologique dans le lit du Paraná a donné naissance à cette chute abrupte, puis à deux grands arcs de 2.700 mètres formés de 275 cascades qui interrompent la rivière Iguazú. La force du courant dépend du débit de la rivière, en moyenne 1.800 mètres cube par seconde. C'est en effet très impressionnant car nous pouvons profiter de ce spectacle très proche. Les vidéos parlent d'elles mêmes. Le reste ...
... were also Amazonian river otters, ant-eaters, a very slothful sloth (disappointing) and a strange feline that resembled a cross between a domestic cat and a lynx. However, our favourite animal had to be the hyperactive armadillo that was sprinting laps around its enclosure, running through hollow logs and piles of leaves. Still wanting to explore what the area had to offer, we walked from the animal centre to an unusual attraction nearby, the Casa de Botellas (House ...
... central bus station. I opt for “Marcopolo Inn” just across the
street from the central bus station. In less than twenty minutes I
have accommodations for the next two nights for about US$30 per
A walk around town, a delicious and inexpensive dinner at La Dama Juana
restaurant and then I wait for my “Great Adventure” at Iguazu
Falls to begin at 7:15am tomorrow morning.