Hotel Carmen Iguazu
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... We have just got back from the clinic where a specialist sewed him up. Thankfully the owners of the hotel took care of us and paid for everything and their English was very good and got us through the trauma.
Hoping that´s the end of our bad fortune!
Liz, because Arlin can´t type!
... had two cassowary. Overall, we had a good look at some beautiful, rare and exotic birds from near and far. We returned to the hotel and collected our bags. We went to the pool bar and ordered some drinks and a late lunch. It has just rained so the humidity is very high, there is more thunder at the moment so I expect some more rain. We are now inside sweating it out, will have a shower later and perhaps change, might not be worth it if it stays this sticky. ...
... dropped before realising the conversation rate is around 11 pesos to the pound. We finally arrived at the falls which seemed significantly bigger on the Argentinian side because we were virtually on top of them which gave us a better perspective. The falls were one of the highlights of the trip and hopefully the photos give you a good idea of how amazing they ...
The best of course were the Toucans, as they are so striking in colour and shape of bill. I failed to get a photo of one of them flying, but they are so extraordinary in flight I have included someone else's photo to show you what they look like.
The other surprise ...
... know.´ We freeze, and await our fate. Suddenly, theres a thump behind us and we jerk around. The driver has spotted some logs at the side of the road, and has decided to stock up. He gets in and says something contendedly in Spanish, and we nod and grin and grip the seats and congratulate him on his find. After six days, we have to admit to ourselves we´ve exhausted Calafate, and we should head home. A BRUTAL, BRUTAL, 42 hour journey, we ring the bell on the hostel we´ve come to ...