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... and so the water volume was massive and so loud! The falls have been on my "list" for sometime and they did not disappoint! I had planned to meet up again with Matt and Rita in Mendoza, only a 36 hr bus ride from iguazu so stopped off in Córdoba for a few days to break it up a bit! We have a friend in Mendoza that we met in Peru who put up with us sleeping on her sofa for a week while we chilled out and saw the sights and of course had more asado and mate! We ...
... local song birds that frequent it. It's easy to feel a million miles away from the kamakazi drivers of one of South America's largest cities. The resident dog does victory laps of joy whenever somebody joins her in the garden, and she has no qualms about nosing or pawing the hand that suddenly stops petting her. As I write this, I lie in my wrought-iron four poster bed after having enjoyed a couple of glasses of red wine, bought for $2 a bottle. A couple ...
... Being on the aisle though it was easy enough for David to grab them on the way past to order more. It did seem however that without tipping the waitress beforehand the drinks would not materialise.
We managed our fair share of drinks though compared to those sitting around us before they finally gave up serving.
The show seemed quite professional, at least to us, and it included 4 tango dancer couples, a band with six members and a female ...
... that greeted us a top the chairlift - we were treated to a local speciality - hot chocolate spiked with cognac - yummy and warm - a great combination. Pretty much zero visibility. I had fun and was very happy to get back on the bus.
On the way to town we spent much time crossing bridges over Mareno Lake.
Our guide continues to remind us that in Argentina ...
... in preparation
for tonight’s noise – World Cup Final, Argentina vs Germany. The locals were
already well oiled by lunchtime, drunkenly shouting, sounding horns, banging drums,
singing and stamping their feet. Once they lost it was only going to get worse
- funnily enough it was deathly quiet when the Germans got the winning goal but
went downhill later.