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... The room was good to go at 1030 so we checked in, showered and relaxed for a bit before heading into town to find an internet cafe to do our Brazilian visa applications. We found an open cafe and jumped straight into it. Seemed a fairly easy process compared to USA visas. Asked all the usual questions, employment, address, contact details and places visiting. The difficult was it wanted an uploaded photo. We had our passport photos we jokingly sent ...
... right up close to the waterfalls. The bad point of the day was when a Coati stole one of my pies from the table. This made me pretty angry and I now don't like Coatis. Never still a mans pie.
After some food we got a nice bus to Buenos Aires which had free wine and champagne.
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... were going to be fed dinner and wine. Come 11.30, we were asleep and no one had been fed. We awoke to a man selling Milanese sandwiches so we bought one, having not eaten since lunch. Two seconds later, the included dinner arrives. Very frustrating. What's more - there was no wine.
The day after Iguazu Falls was always going to be a tough gig but luckily we arrived to a beautiful ...
... a gigantic pile of chips .... 2 hrs til we leave for Brasilia and then Manaus! Just got through departures.... Mauricio at the check in desk was very very helpful thank god, with his excellent English even if with a slightly camp twang!!! We stay on the flight through its little bus stop half way and then in Brasilia we don't have to collect our bags, just get us to the plane! Sweet!!! Just got chatted up by the baggage inspector to! Suckers for English innocence!!! Lol ...
... on the 25th Nov. Ultimately we decided to get a cab back and hope the passport control didn't notice the hour delay between Argentina waving us off... For our final day before we headed off to Campo Grande via overnight bus, we decided to go see the Itaipu Dam project which powers Brazil and Paraguay. This is a huge man made dam that demolished many hectares of jungle and villages to create. Something the Itaipu welcoming film neglects to mention. The result is a dam ...