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Stay here at Hostel Natura has been amazing! No faults every thing was great. Facilities have been everything we needed, staff have been lovely.
What a beautiful paradise.
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Today's journey was a long one. We were heading to Foz Do Iguacu, otherwise known as Iguacu Falls. Being a 14hr plus drive depending on conditions and rest stops, the plan was to drive as far as possible today and then endure a few hrs drive in the morning to reach the campsite. It was near 30 degrees over night, hot and stuffy. So this mornings …
It rained all night long, actually poured would be a better use of words! We were treated to a spectacular thunder and lightening show, which from within a tent, was pretty cool. Most of the group upgraded to a room, however being the 'thrifty' couple we are, we had decided to camp which involved erecting our tent in the dark and rain. We survived …
Wednesday 16 July: I'm starting to sound like a stuck record but again I was graced with gorgeous scenery and a stunning sunset. I guess there is some advantage to arriving to your destination with the sinking sun. It was exciting to meet up with Bernhard who went to Rio for the last week of the World Cup, his last few days in Brazil were planned …
Foz was much of the same except this time from the Brazilian side. More waterfalls and more caipirinhas.
First off we headed to the bird park that housed loads off different tropical birds. It was set up really well which was a change from the shabby museum/attractions around South America. The signage was also in English which …
... to the train that takes visitors to the Cartanga del Diablo, the very large falls depicted in the photos below. There were hundreds of people waiting for the train and we had to wait in the line to get on two trains later than we arrived. It was incredibly hot and humid, but we were so eager to see the falls that it did not faze us too much. When the train came to the end of the route and let us off, we learned that we had to walk about 3/4 of a mile to get to ...