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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... spectacular views of the falls. Along the lower path our hard work paid off with another drenching shower, which on a hot day is heaven. After the paths we walked past the very nicely appointed Sheraton Hotel and caught a train back up to the top, and were pleased to find the crowds somewhat diminished. The wind had picked up a little and we were treated to a serious drenching shower. What was amazing is how many people were taking photos ...
... made our way to Paraguay to visit the Itaipu Hydro Dam. We drove through the Brazilian and Paraguayan borders with no problems and got dropped off a short walk from the dam entrance. We watched a short film (in English) and then drove around the dam in a small bus. The dam is operated and shared by Paraguay and Brazil. It produces 90% of Paraguay's energy and 25%of ...
... Park and only 200m from the falls, it is too dark to see much of anything except a cloudy mist. But we can certainly hear them. The Hotel Das Cataratas is fantastic. There were lots of staff on hand to take our bags and welcome us to their hotel. The guy who showed us to our room was only to happy to explain where everything was and provide some hotel ...
... the meeting of Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. At the park entrance, another 30 minute drive onwards, our first impression was relatively neutral as the scorching sun was making our hair stick to our bodies; but a near 500m ahead was a view of wonders. 300 waterfalls thundered the ground below; pounds and pounds of water roared down with a gravitational vengeance that left you staring in pure awe. I continuously thought to myself, where ...
... Foz the Iguazu. The famous waterfalls on the border with Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. A great way to finish off our time in Brazil. Now we are set to go to Peru. Even Maegen’s ear infection is sorted after a couple of hospital visits.
On the night before leaving Brazil we summed up what we enjoyed the most:
We all loved the animals; the armadillo, macaws, monkey's, the turtle, baby capibara, caiman and all the other pantanal animals. We had fun at ...
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