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After the cold gusty winds of Patagonia it was a pleasant change to fly into the warmth of a the tropics again. Iguazu falls is fed by 275 water falls and the sheer volume of water thundering through every minute makes it one of the most impressive waterfalls in the world. I can see how one can just sit and watch for hours on end which I do and …
Getting from Ihla Grande to Iguazu went very smoothly apart from the very last bit which was the landing! Nothing too dramatic mind but the pilot had to announce he couldn't land because of a storm currently over Iguazu - hence why we were circling. Confusingly looking out of the plane window just showed perfect sunshine - was the pilot on drugs? …
We woke up early (7am) and had a great breakfast at our hotel, then walked in to town to catch the bus. It actually left 7 minutes early, which was great, but we were 1/2 hour late from when we wanted to get there.
After arriving at the Parc and stumbling through the crowds to the first train station, we headed out on the first trail ( …
Tuesday, I rushed to leave my awesome hotel, with its stone walls, private decks and many steps to meet up with Karen, whom I met in Salta, by 7:30 am. With the rushing I missed a step, twisted my ankle and fell on my bum. Apparently I made enough noise outside the dining room to be found, embarrassed and stunned, by a hotel staff. Luckily the day …
We didn't have the best start to our honeymoon.
For starters, despite checking in more than 2 hours before our flight, we ended up with the two middle seats in the middle section of the plane, stuck between a sniffling girl and a fidgeting man who delighted in making awkward conversation.
But the real fun started while …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJasy Hotel Puerto Iguazu
We stayed for a few nights when the hotel was still known as Los Troncos. It was a great eco friendly hotel which was 2 levels so it was very spacious for 2 people. It was in a great location, short walk to the bus stop and city centre and the pool restaurant area when a lovely spot to end your day. The staff were really wonderful and made our stay. While the hotel was on the expensive side, it was a nice change from the hostels we had been staying at.
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