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... have spent one more night, but we were off back to Rio to fly to Manaus for our amazon experience. Manaus is a city in the middle of the jungle with a population of 2 million people, it has the feel of a place that if left, would be retaken by the jungle in a matter of weeks. It too has a stadium newly built for the World Cup and though Rio had no football fever, Manaus was certainly giving them a run for their money. Out tour operator proudly boasted that he ...
... Claire doesn't mind being bitten by mozzies. I've never even heard her mention being bitten. Ever... (The itching is enough to drive you insane!!! - Ed). The falls can be visited from both the Argentinian side and as a day trip to the Brazilian side. As there were threats of rain over the coming days we thought we would start with the Argentinian side as we had been told it was the better of the two. The National Park itself is pretty touris-ised (yes I know I've just made up a word but ...
With our day coming to an end in this glorious park, we wander the trails back to the entrance after a wonderful day.
The ride back is quick and we walk through town to grab something to eat. After another great meal before retiring to the hotel.
Tomorrow, we head South… way south down to El Calafate in Patagonia where we plan to see ice, mountains and nature.
... Falls for $450 ARS. We also bought our bus return tickets for $70 ARS. Catching the bus there was easy enough and quick enough - only took ~35 mins and left every 20 minutes. When we arrived at the park, we also had to pay a park entrance fee of $170 ARS in cash. So Ash and I had to loan Rach some money. We also had to wait because Linda didn't have enough cash on her and couldn't pay by card and she had to exchange her EUROS but at a bad exchange rate. From here ...
... provides c.80% of Paraguay's electricity and 25% of Brazil's) and then we joined a free tour (in Spanish) around the site. After taking a few snaps we were keen to make our way back, knowing that we would need to get our exit Paraguay stamp from immigration and entry stamp back into Argentina (yes, a total of 4 stamps today and that was excluding going via Brazil - 3 countries in one day!). We were told Paraguay was a bit dirty and not really worth seeing ...