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... fun and exhilarating and following our education at the vineyards we were able to detect a subtle minerality in the water that we tasted. All good things have to come to an end so after 24 hours we left for the airport and the journey back to Buenos Aires. As luck would have it we had a strange flight with a huge party of Korean tourists, none of whom were able to sit still for a minute. Not wishing to generalise about an entire nation but we ...
... of ants...Our comfort dropped down a level. In the late afternoon, we seek an ATM, there are 4 in the supermarket but none work. We go downtown still in the rain. The streets are empty and our research is unsuccessful. Finally after asking a pharmacy (the only opened shops), we find one. Terry still ends up using his card because mine is still capricious. On the way back we ate in a Chinese restaurant. Excellent food with large portions and pretty good price. Sunday, February 15th, ...
... it and our sunglasses soon became impossible to see through. We slowly got swept back by the force of the water and he revved the engine and in we went again, by now we were completely soaked. We retreated and they asked if we wanted more, the obvious answer was a resounding "yes". We then headed back around the other side where we had started and went under this falls and by now we were completely drenched, there was also about 6-10 inches of water in the boat at this stage, lucky ...
... a guide. He really knew the park on both sides very well. Without him we would not have been able to see all we saw and experience today!
In addition to the scenery, the Falls had wild life abundant! Today we saw many coatis which I had never seen before. They were not that good looking. But with their babies, they were quite cute. They were not afraid of people and would come very close to sniff your bags if your bags were on the ground, looking for food, I guess. Their ...
... the top of the falls, crossing over the falls on metal mesh platforms which are occasionally slippery and with only waist high bars, the signs not to piggy back your children are probably wise. From this route you get a spectacular view across the whole falls, especially at one point standing at the edge of a semi circle of falls going far into the distance.
Words and pictures can't really describe Iguazu/Iguassu (depending on your nationality) the ...