Hostel Park Iguazu
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After taking another long expensive bus journey, we arrived to Posadas early in the morning. When we arrived, we went to inquire about prices to Iguazu on the Argentinean side, and there was a bus leaving right away, so we hopped on to save time hanging around. This was only a 6 hour journey, so wasn't too bad although we'd …
... and lifted me making me feel as light as a feather, Pat on the other hand had to fend for himself which resulted in more than a few slides manly downhill on his backside.
The horse riding resulted in me having a sore backside so we resorted to dunking our backsides in the river as a kind of therapy. It did not work to well for Pat because the first time ...
The small town of El Soberbio on the Rio Uruguay is the base for trips to the Saltos de Moccona (Moccona Falls) which are still about 75km away by the river, and more by road.
ES has a river ferry service (about 4 times a day) to the Brazilian side, but we did not cross for 3 reasons - 1) I had left my passport behind; 2) not permitted to take the car to Brazil; 3) there was nothing on ...
... the waterfall. Head to toe I was soaking wet!!! So got off the boat and thought I would find a bathroom to dry up, which off course was about 1 hour away!!! En route I saw some lovely spots for photos which involved climbing over a few rocks etc, well with my very wet shoes I end up falling backwards on my bum!!! Very elegant indeed!!! Anyway (changing the topic quickly), I ended up being in the national park till about 4.30pm ...
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It's clean, friendly, and has a pool. I'd stay there again.
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