Hotel Carmen Iguazu
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... are there, is like emerging through jungle and finding a forgotten world. The closer you get to the falls, the more you feel their power. And you really do feel the power of this force of nature. It's not just an incredible sight, you feel the energy and can't help but be lifted by it. I got a light soaking at the end of one of the walkways. I was wearing quick drying hiking trousers and a waterproof jacket though, so ...
... in the evening.
We slept in the next morning and by mid morning ended up lying around at the pool drinking beer and chatting to Santiago and Argentinian in Iguazu for a holiday. It was a very pleasant afternoon making new friends and enjoying the sun waiting for the shuttle to pick us up in the afternoon.
Our last country on our trip was a couple of hours away. We were very excited to see what Brazil and our next stop Rio de Janeiro had in store for us.
... of. From Montevideo our first stop was Aguas Corrientes, a small agriculture town where some friends of our are staying for the winter. After several days in montevideo the peace and tranquility of a small town were a breath of fresh air. We enjoyed a wonderful parrilla, local wine, and excellent company. We extend our deepest thanks and well wishes to Luca, and Loraina. Our next planned major stop was Los Esteros De Iberá, a massive park comprised ...
... be salespeople for this hotel. Very usual here as we find out later. By the side of the road there are various tourist information signs, but they are all individual sales people who lead you to a hotel or cabanas of their choice. The hotel is a concrete block with an iron gate and a small swimming pool on the binnenplaats. A space to cook, grill and eat. Wifi. What more do you need? A shower. For the first time we get aquainted with the suicide shower. ...
... 6am for a 4 hour bird watching and nature trail while the other took a steady start before heading to the boats for a trip under the spray. No prizes for guessing who was doing what. The boat trip lasted only 12 minutes and can only be described as completely wonderful and absolutely pointless. The guys selling the tickets warned us that we would get wet. He wasn't joking. The trip could also be called the most expensive shower you will ever ...