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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... The Falls were way farther away than we had previously thought and as it turns out, right beside the airport. Even with switching buses and heading straight there, we still didnīt get there until noon. Once we realized how spread out things were, Whitney and I started to think that our pre-arranged accomodation plans may not be the best. The place we had booked was super far away and our flight tomorrow morning is at 5:30am. In any case we ...
... He helped me with the logistics of the next stage of my travels and booked a bus for me to a place called Bonito, leaving the following afternoon. While I was in Foz do Iguacu, as well as some much needed personal admin and a bit of cheap pampering, I got to see the falls from the Brazilian side too. This was also absolutely spectacular and once again I'll let the pictures / captions tell all (and apologies if you're already bored of waterfall videos and ...
... us stay in a hotel
And one that is swish!"
A hot shower and a toilet
Would be second choice,
Or some new rubber gloves
Came from Tee's voice.
Busy washing the pots
With Bartley in tow,
The two worked their magic,
And the truck did glow.
Triona was happy,
She had a clean wine ...
... for a tourist town. There wasn't much to see and it wasn't long before we headed back to the campsite to relax by the pool and cool off.
Cook group in the evening was enjoyable in the deluxe kitchen area. However, we were not looking forward to sleeping tonight as the breeze had completely disappeared and it was just stale humid air. For the first time we missed the cold nights in a ...
... we did not get to see the full falls in action). The walk and scenery were great despite the high humidity. The highlight of the hike was a riverboat ride - not just any riverboat ride. We were to ride in very large zodiacs that went into/under the Falls. To get to the boat landing, we had to stumble down two hundred steps that meandered all over the place. This was hard work. When we got to the bottom, we were given a bag to stow anything that we didn't want to ...