Harbor Hotel Colonial & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... people are very rare. The toucans were so bright they looked fake! They also have a variety of wild pig that group together and violently attack as a herd (No idea what a group of pigs on the attack is called). They looked like bacon to me but apparently they are quite aggressive if provoked. Dinner was another great Chinese meal from a different restaurant. Tomorrow we are off to a rarely visited ...
... Development Agency. Only recently, with this national and international support, have people in the Yryapú community been learning computer skills and foreign languages, even as they delve deeper into their own culture.
After the tour, while waiting on the side of the highway for a bus back into town, a taxi pulled over and offered to take us directly to where we were heading, Hito
Trés Fronteras, for only eleven pesos more than the bus would ...
We got our selves ready early, put our bags in storage and headed to the bus station in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina. We were off to brazil today! We caught the bus to Foz do Iguazú, which is the Brazilian side of the falls and about a 40 minute drive away. The bus took us through Argentinian immigration, and then into Brazilian immigration, where we weren't even required to leave the bus; we handed our passports to the bus driver and off we ...
... and all the excitement of the falls, with more to follow. Puerto Iguasu is a cute little town, lots of overpriced coffees (our favourite), empanadas and mate (traditional Argentine tea) shops. Plenty of opportunities for walking around, which we love, keeps us entertained and light on the wallet. We walked to a viewing point for the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, which wasn't altogether stunning, but interesting nonetheless. Iguasu falls from the Argentine side ...
We arrived in Foz de Iquacu later than expected and got a public bus straight to Parque Nacional de Iguacu where we stashed our bags and got on the open top transfer up to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. Our first sighting was from the top and you could see the spray rising up above the top of the falls because they were so powerful. The Brazilian side had a series of amazing wooden bridges to cross out over the river below the falls which gave the most amazing view of ...