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... know you aren't at home anymore and whilst I can't judge the whole country on such a small sample size, it would be interesting to check out some other places if I have the chance.
Well, thanks for reading, I'm heading to BA as a result of inclement weather on Brazil's east coast, it's a shame to have to leave so soon but will have to come back again, As I sign off there is a brutal lightning storm outside, hope for better in BA!!
... Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet, and from the Argentinian side you can clearly see the Brazilian and Paraguayan monuments. Pretty cool. After another half hour or so, we arrived into the Argentinian Iguazu Park. As most of the falls are in Argentina, the park is a lot bigger than in Brazil. There's a lower and an upper walkway, both of which offer stunning views of the waterfalls - some of which we hadn't seen the day before. The upper wooden walkways go ...
... a person may stand and be surrounded by 260 degrees of waterfalls. The Devil's Throat in Argentina has water pouring into it from three sides. Likewise, because Iguazu is split into many relatively small falls, one may view these a portion at a time. The physical structure of Victoria Falls does not allow this, as it is essentially one waterfall that falls into a canyon. Don't get me wrong, Victoria Falls was great but I found ...
... traffic. Remember to bring raincoats with you, unless you want to pay for them inside or get wet. Walking to the end of the viewpoint to see the devil's throat will get you wet from the vapours. We went with our jumpers and stayed pretty wet and cold for the entire day. The bus drops you at the main entrance of the Park where you can purchase the tickets to the falls. The price for the park entrance, park bus and tax costs 49.20 BRL per adult. Citizens of Paraguay, ...
We didn't do as much on the Iguacu side as we just did a small walk on the lookouts and went out into the middle of one part.
However the views were just as breathtaking.
Today we were a little better prepared as we had ditched our ponchos and wore our waterproof jackets.