Viale Cataratas Hotel
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Só i had another amazing weekend filled with chocolates, alot of water
and irritating taxi drivers :) let me start from the beginning - fer,
ri and I set out to see foz do iguacu , and somewhere in the middle I
realized that this place wAs one of the largest falls in the world
which just made the whole experience so much better ... …
... Churro/queso ( hot dog with corn,peas, cheese and little finely cut dried fries...messy but good!! They also had several places squeezing FRESH oranges...wow, they were great...$3RL...about...about $1.15 USD each glass. In the evening we went to a sports bar for dinner...it was packed ( the Capitao Bar) and wow were they pumping out the drinks...mucho cerveza''s!!! We asked if they could find a NFL game ...they searched and found the ...
... We'd also opted to take the short boat ride up the river into the falls, which although expensive, was again completely worth it. The helmsman controlled the boat with such precision, holding us under the roaring flow, despite the obvious turbulence, on many occasions. We were drenched. Absolutely soaking. But it was loads of fun. Back to town and a quick snack before our overnighter returning to ...
... and in 2013 it produced 98.3 tera-watt hours of energy. (The equivalent would have required burning 69 million litres of oil per day in a thermal power plant)
The amazing facts pile up around you as you stand in awe of this project, all made possible because of the relatively simple laws of nature put in place by God.
During the day our guide, Ezekiel piqued Nome’s interest when he said he used to run tours at a nearby abseiling and ...
... just feed them so they hang around. Missed out on seeing the pink dolphins and anacondas, they're pretty hard to spot apparently. The shaman experience was interesting, sat in the dark for a few hours while he sang and we all threw up. Don't think its something I would do again. Would love to go back and go deeper into the jungle next time.
In Brazil now, going to the falls tomorrow and then on to Rio.