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... of the falls before heading to Paraguay where we’ll spend the next few days.
Nous vous avons laissé à Ouro Preto la dernière fois.
La deuxième journée a été plus relax. Nous avons commencé par trouver l'auberge dans laquelle Palle a demandé Karin en marriage. L'auberge existe toujours, nous en avons donc profité pour prendre quelques photos et les envoyer aux parents de Kajsa. A part la visite d'églises et de mines... Les activités sont ...
... the same amount that North American countries charge everyone who needs to obtain a tourist visa. The mantra is "If we pay, you pay". Obviously European countries do not charge this fee, so Europeans are exempt. At US$ 160.00 for entry to Brazil, and another US$ 160.00 for entry into Argentina, it becomes quite expensive for a North American to visit these countries.
After passing Brazilian and Argentinean immigration (very smooth and efficient, and cost free), our ...
... totally absorbed by the beauty of the falls. Most of the group took a helicopter ride over the falls then we all walked about a km… it took us about 3 hours, stopping for views and multiple photos. We were really lucky at the last stop when the sun came out and produced several rainbows. Since we were staying on the Argentinean side, we had to go back through the border. It was a public holiday and ...
... us breathless. Words truly cannot describe the immensity of the falls, and the beauty of the nature. We spent one entire day in the Argentinian side and it was one of the most memorable days in my life. After all this traveling we needed a bit of a break and found a great friend to stay with for a couple days before heading out next for Cordoba where we will enjoy some hiking and cultural sights. Soon after to the wine country of Mendoza. Cheers for now from Puerto ...
... for their next attack. Dr. D. is consulted for advice about the Rabies risk, but at that distance there is not much he can do for the poor victim other than tell him to clean the wounds, use a desinfectant and seek help from a doctor if fever should come up during the night. I remember getting the same advice from him two years ago when I was bitten by an Australian Red Back spider in Alice Springs. I didn't die so that must be a damn good advice ...