Foz Presidente I Hotel
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We spent the last two weeks debating about a Brazilian visa. I know, I know, you instantly thought I was going to say Brazilian wax. Nope, visa. Half of the people said we needed it, half said we should be ok without one, visa not wax. Josh and Ivette Bates are young BYU students working here for three months as interns in the self-sufficiency program. They found out that Friday was a holiday and asked if we ...
... busy and we had to stand for the first half hour, until we got to the airport. Ben used this time to assess the hairdos on board. Brazilian men tend to be very well coiffured with short, neat cuts. Having left the airport, we only had a short drive to the entrance to the Iguaçu National Park, where we bought tickets before hopping on the shuttle bus to the viewing areas. The journey into the park was several kilometres long. On the grass verges, we ...
... lazed the afternoon away soaking up the beautiful sunshine as well as a couple of strawberry daiquiris. :) Walk again to see the falls in the late afternoon - they are actually fuller now - the water has joined right across the top and is cascading over as one sheet instead of many drops. I didn't realise it could change so much - I can imagine now how it would have looked in the floods last year!!!! Dinner at the buffet by the pool - I could get used to this :) Buenos ...
After Lima I flew to Foz do Iguacu in Brasil. Flying in I had a great view of the country side which was the first I have seen farming similar to home. Everywhere else has been rows of corn planted by hand on a hill, but here there are acres and acres of crop. Foz do Iguacu (Brasil) and Puerto Iguazù (Argentina) is a massive waterfall park shared between the two countries with a total of ...
I had an awesome day at Iguazu Falls today!! The day started out with a relatively late rise at the hotel after a great night’s sleep. I went down to have breakfast at the hostel and didn’t expect it to be much, but it was actually a pretty decent buffet with meats, cheeses, fruits, breads, and drinks. I enjoyed my breakfast and then got myself sorted to go out to see the falls from the Brazilian side.