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Iguazu, not a bad journey after having some dinner last night around 10pm fell asleep and woke up this morning at 10am just in time for breakfast. Buses here are great, you pay a little more for cama seat which turns into a flat bed. Travelling up north the scenery has changed from built up areas in the south to lots of rivers, swamps and forest areas the ...
... a mass of grey, tall buildings. It’s a little better from the street level where you can see the interesting mix of architectural styles, but still far from the most exciting place we’ve been.
Before lunch, we also had the time to visit the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil of Sao Paulo. Though a little better than it’s cousin in Rio, this place too held a strange modern art exhibition. This time it was a mix of sculptures, videos and paintings ...
... in the spray are not just pretty, they are a further sign of the shear volume of water. We also took a train to start a walk to The Devil's Throat. This is perhaps the most impressive part, with the greatest flow of water converging to plunge over the edge, pummeling the water below. This side of the falls, you don't just see them up close, you experience them, gaining a true appreciation for the power of nature. Like ...
... greatest discoveries on the trip so far. We spent our time cooking from the fresh produce markets, walking the river banks, and chatting with the locals. Here we also had our first experience changing money on the blue market. Because of massive inflation and fixed exchange rates there is a huge demand for US dollars in Argentina. The official exchange rate for dollars to pesos is 1 to 8, however on the blue you can get 11 to 13 pesos per dollar. Luckily ...
... other side you can see Ciudad del Este in Paraguay and Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil. Between them the deep gorge of the two rivers that flow in the amber light of the falling night. We buy some bread and vegetables and an excellent piece of meat to grill. The wine is cheap but sucks. We already begin to miss Dr. D. with his fine taste for good wines. But he is the one that should be felt sorry for, as he had to leave just before the most beautiful ...
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