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... on the way the first was looking over the dam and the next was where we could get put and take photos looking out over the dam again. It was huge and really quiet impressive!! At it's height of construction there was 40,000 people working on the dam each day. When we went inside we were given our hard hats and got to see how the dam was built out of concrete. The wall holding the water is 12 meters thick and when the concrete was made, it was made ...
... bus, which takes us across and waits for everyone to
finish immigration formalities. The bus takes us to the Argentinian town of Puerto
de Iguazu, which is an equivalent of Foz do Iguazu just on the other side of
the border. From there we take another bus to the falls. Once we get there it
is similar to the Brazilian side, it is however much larger with several trails
you can explore and instead of ...
... the point where the Iguazu river joins the Parana river and you look out at Brazil and Paraguay on each of the opposite banks. Finally we are dropped at our hotel and I enjoy a brief relaxation with a book at the pool and chat with the Brits from the tour and find they come from Rickmansworth, not far from where I used to live in England.
We take another walk into town for dinner, heading in the opposite direction to ...
Today we started our visit to Iguassu Falls. These falls are on the Iguassu River which forms the border between Argentina on the south and Brazil on the north. You can visit both sides of the falls, if you have a visa for Brazil, which thankfully we did (phew!), and you get a very different perspective from both sides.
We were picked up from the hotel in a little mini bus by Rodrigo our guide for the day. We have had great guides everywhere we went, ...
... playing pool into an interesting drinking game and they quickly decided I look like star everton and Scotland footy player Steven Naismith! In the last week I reckon I've been called ed maybe three times and Naismith a few hundred (I'll put a picture in so you can all make up your own minds...). They were moving hostel the next day to be closer to the beach so I decided to go with them too, ended up staying at that hostel for another 3 nights. It was way ...