Hotel Foz Presidente II
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a required stop to clean the SD card up! I become absorbed by a tree covered in so many epiphytes that it barely survives as it hangs over the falls.
Next we are on a truck heading through the jungle and down to the boat ride. By the pier there are a profusion of butterflies, later Bea told us that they are down there to get minerals from the soil that they need.
The boat ride is done with Latin American flair! Really we don't have ...
... visited a Bird Park where we saw macaws, parrots and other South American birds. Around half of the birds have been rescued from traffickers and the rest have been bred with the intention of releasing them to the wild at somepoint.
Itaipu Dam wasn't far away either, on the border of Paraguay, so we took a bus out there too. This dam is the 2nd biggest hydroelectric dam in the world and produces 90% of Paraguay's electricity and ...
... eat BBQ feast Day 2 - Argentina side Arrived at the gate early at 7.30am and started with a train ride up to the entrance to the 1km trail to devils throat. The trail was across the running water and had great views of the tree banks. The visit to the devils throat showed a top view of the main waterfall and the sheer power of the water. After going to the devils throat we caught the train ...
... The fish was good and noticeably less salty. We then asked the restaurant to call Alfredo to pick us up and he must have gone to sleep. Bit of a quandary as it was a half hour drive back to the hotel. I was wondering if it was a scam to get us to use a taxi. However, the fourth phone call reached him and we were back at the Sheraton by 10.45. I have never seen Derek so tired. He was asleep with doona and all before I even had my teeth cleaned.
From Floripa we travelled to Foz fde Iguacu with Arlen and Wensel our Aussie pals on a 14 hour night bus. Foz de Iguacu is on the Brazillian side of the Iguazu falls, shared with Argentina, and the Itaipu dam, shared with Paraguay. This means it sits on the borders of both Argentina and Paraguay. After a wander around to find the right place we checked into nice but eerily quiet Bambu hostel. That afternoon we headed to the Itaipu dam on the ...