Foz Presidente I Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and a speedboat on the river started at 7.30. We were picked up on time by a not very communicative smiling assassin disguised as a youngish female guide. The drive to the National Park took about half an hour which is when we found out we weren't going on the speedboat unless we wanted to pay extra. I wasn't actually all that fussed about going under the falls in a small boat, I'd already got sopping wet yesterday on the walking trail from the spray of the falls. However a ride ...
... Santi handled this for us. I really couldn't say which side of the falls I prefer. Both were an amazing experience, and it was so much more impressive than I expected. I enjoyed taking our time and visiting both sides of the waterfalls. Bearing in mind that we have a 4am start tomorrow, this evening we arranged to go to a BBQ where unlimited caipirinhas were on the menu. It was a bit of a strange set up. We were with two other G ...
... BROUGHT. As the B&B owner, Nilton, had recommended us two 'Churrascarias' (one better but more expensive than the other), we decided to check them both out. Oh yes... One was definitely more expensive! The first place wanted R$85/£14 for the all-you-can-eat buffet (and looked rather posh!), whilst the second restaurant was only charging R$28/£4.50... Errrrr, HELLO. Or OLĮ, in this case. As you imagine, we were through those second doors so fast, ...
... hasn't turned up, looks like its going to same clothes again tomorrow! Fun. At least for some reason I had a pair of spare tooth brushes in my carry on bag!?
Iguacu is pretty dead, wandered around looking for a supermarket but didn't find one.
Back to the hotel and a beer Kaiser - very gassy.
Hot shower before bed to try and steam my clothing.
... not wander in the jungle alone, we had to have a guide: something about Jaguars. We loaded up in the big ole raft and headed up the river.
Below the falls, and straight into the falls.
The boat guide drove us into the falls as far as the motors could charge. We were inundated and totally soaked. Water hit so hard that it took your breath away. So much fun. Cold, but so much fun.