Foz Presidente I Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... easy and by the time I got back I was quite tired. The hour is different in Brazil so it was about 6 pm when I got back. That evening I got chatting to some people. One guy Felix from a hostel I had stayed in in Florianopolis had arrived. It was fun to see him. A lovely Danish girl called sarah, a Norwegian guy called Magnus and a Brazilian called Bruno all played cards together. We just drank some beers and played **** head and then chatted until about 1. The next day I had a ...
Jelikoz je to nas posledni den v Brazilii, tak tady je par poznatku o Brazilii a Brazilcich:
- Naprosta vetsina Brazilcu jsou velice stastni a otevreni lide, kteri si radi povidaji s kymkoli a nekdy jim ani nevadi, ze jim nerozumis. Rika se, ze ziji pro soucasnost, ne pro budoucnost a ne pro minulost.
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... like a hippie, I dare say.....the falls revitalized me with their positive energy, it really was great just hanging out at the Iguassu Falls. The falls are on the Iguassu River which runs for 1320km westward and reaches the ocean in Argentina. The Iguassu River flows into the Parana River, which is the second largest river in South America. The falls date back 150 million years, and when in their presence.....they let you know ;). The Iguassu National Park is ...
... pictures and hope they tell a better story than I can write! Airton was waiting for us just like he said he would...
Now papers in hand ( $280 USD later ) we were off to tour the Falls from the Argentinean side. Airton spoke perfect English so communication was very simple. We gave him the money and he went to a special line and bought the tickets...nice! He explained that we would do the 'Upper Trail' first, then Lunch, then Lower Trail, then boat ride ...
... close to these friendly birds. Spent a few hours here and then headed across the road to catch the # 120 bus back to the city. Found a budget lodge who organises tourist trips across the border to Argentina's side of the Falls and caters for border crossing stamps etc. so we will go with them tomorrow - Farewell Brazil - its been overall great and now Argentina - at least I know a bit more Spanish than Portuguese. And hopefully a nights rest I will get better ...