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This morning we flew from "Aeroparque" airport rather than Ezeiza this is a much closer airport so we had time to get a decent breakfast. The flight on LAN Argentina to Puerto l Guazu took over 1:30 minutes and as soon as we landed we felt the difference in weather , so bloody hot in here. After collecting our bags we went outside and grabbed a taxi, the driver Fernando offered to take us to Argentinian lguazu for 350 pesos, according to ...
... the moment who is doing some good things) which made sleeping at all a real. All of that was soon forgotten though as we set of in the group of 4x4's and hit the salt flats. I had been excited about this part of the trip and it didn't disappoint. The place looks like something out of this world Unbelievable scenery, great guide and driver, another excellent group of people, and all night hot springs made for an unforgettable few days. J ...
luxury. Two nights here will not be enough. Watched the sunset over the falls.
So peaceful. It’s as if the rest of the world doesn’t exist. A pianist
entertained us whilst we ate dinner.
Early morning walk around the Brazilian side of the falls.
Didn’t think anything could beat yesterday – I was wrong. Walked out on a
boardwalk where we were almost surrounded by waterfalls. Nearly ...
... roamed the bi-national region were also half Paraguayan and half Brazilian.
We were treated to an introductory video entirely in Spanish, with Portuguese sub-titles so we had to make up our own translation, and then we boarded buses for our tour of the site. A bi-national region was formed in 1973 to allow the project to successfully straddle two countries.
Some statistics about this amazing project…
- The lake has a catchment area of ...
... rapids underneath and around us, and rocks everywhere and all too close. Amazing.
Although we only spent two days at the falls, I'll definitely remember them for life! As I said, I don't want to go all cheesy on you, but they are truly spectacular - definitely a highlight of the trip so far!
Also - if you were wondering about the title of this post, apparently someone important/famous, upon seeing the Iguazu Falls, exclaimed 'poor Niagara'!