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... 8217;t possible. Instead, we took the train to the trail to the Garganta del Diablo, which is where we realized how powerful the falls really are and the masses of water that pass each second. We also got quite wet, but it was warm and you dry quite fast. On the way, we encountered plenty of animals, mostly birds and butterflies but also some raccoon-like animals.
Towards the evening, we took the upper trail where we could see the falls from above. While the lower trail was ...
... of butterfly species: orange, black and yellow / pink, green, bright yellow, sky blue, violet... The show was wonderful and I run many times after them to take a picture... It is very hot and the sun attacks our shoulders when we reach the falls. A black and white butterfly decided to stayed glued to my hand for a good 10 minutes until another replaced it! Butterflies love me !!! Let's have a little bit of history: the falls are located at the confluence of the rivers ...
... zillion tourists are here! Brilliant! We had the place to ourselves and that was magic. These falls are shared by both Brazil and Argentina. The falls form part of a natural border. We viewed these magnificent falls all along their 3 km Brazilian length - the locals say from the Brazillian side you TAKE the photos, from the Argentinian side, you're IN the photos! We took a helicopter ride over the falls and then spent an hour ...
... falls. We missed it by 1 minute.
We had another hour so we took his time to really check out a nearby lookout where you get completely and utterly soaked. Jenny being the Canadian she is ended up offering to take people's photos while I waited in what would basically compare to torrential down pour for us to get our photos done.
After a bit of time there we walked down and waited for our boat. We were among a ton of Asians ...
... finally cocaina! A quick progression in the sales market.
Once we were back in Brazil we ate at the cheapest kilo restaurant (a Brazilian eating out experience, where you buffet but pay for the weight of the food on your plate). Then we caught a bus to Argentina in order to catch a 16 hour night bus to Uruguay. The bus was relatively comfortably and we got on board having been told ...