Amerian Portal del Iguazu
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu
We had heard that South American flights and buses have a tendency to be delayed...they are right. After rushing out of our apartment to make a morning flight to Iguazu, our flight was delayed by 5 hours allowing us to hang about the airport and practice our Spanish! When we finally arrived in Iguazu our tour operator was waiting for us and managed …
... Looked and felt horrible but I guess if you fell in they would do the job. Got some photos of the falls before being told to put the cameras away as we were about to get soaked. The boat sped into the water and we were all immediately drenched. It literally felt like you were taking a cold shower. This process was repeated four times until we were deemed sufficiently wet. Luckily it was a sunny day so we were able to dry out pretty quickly afterwards. ...
... ve seen them along our trip a few times, but never quite like this. The last time we saw them at Machu Picchu they were hiding in the bushes all shy and scared of people. These ones where practically rummaging through peoples bags looking for food! But they are very cute, so we enjoyed watching them. We also saw a lot of amazing Amazonian birds and butterflies along the way. At the end of the walkway there is another platform that takes you ...
... to BA! Puerto Iguazu the town is only rather small. Quite dusty and with a mix of cobble stone streets, I have to say it was a bit of a mish mash of things. The town itself only came into existence to service the tourist trade for the waterfalls. As such, it does initially feel a little soulless, with no real feel of a history or a past. We stayed at Hostel Noelia, which was a bit of a let down from our BA hostel. But more than adequate for what we needed! On our ...
... to San Martin island, where there were only 5 of us on the entire island that early, and we got up close to one of the falls getting a free shower at the time (which was much needed after climbing hundreds of steps up to the viewpoint in 80% humidity)!
The first glimpse you get of the falls when you turn a corner on this trail is breathtaking, it really stops you in your tracks and we all stood there open mouthed ...
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