Hotel Kacique Salvatti
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... off the bus is the mist from the spray - the iconic blue waters of Iguazu were unfortunately murky brown - the force of the spray & speed of the water was unreal given that the Argentinian side if the falls was closed we were very lucky to see the falls at all - we were then bussed back to our hotel through customs to Argentina. We had a fantastic dinner in a restaurant called Aqua finally after ...
We'd heard good things about the buses in South America, unfortunately we were left very disappointed . The bus sunk and Ami and I were basically sat on each other with some pretty shady characters on board. We slept for as much as possible, luckily as we'd prepared dinner we created a cocoon that we didn't leave until we arrived. We were at last in Foz de Iguassu, with Billy's fabulous map we set out ...
... the best yet) and to an area covered in vultures. It stunk so we went around to the viewpoint under the other waterfalls. It was extremely impressive. I love how even with that much water flowing down there are trees and grasses growing of the side of the cliff faces. More photos. Afternoon came so we decided to head back to the viewpoint over devils throat to see it in fine afternoon light. Passing a group of coati on the way we headed for the train (there's ...
... then go to the Brazilian side first as the Argy side is much better. We had spent about 3 months in Argentina on this trip and absolutely loved it. Today will be our last day there in a long time I guess. What better way to end the Argentina chapter than to see Iguazu Falls!
Got all the info and we were off for our second day at the Park (the other side). Just as we were about to leave, the hostel owner told us not to get off the bus when crossing ...
... boat ride. We didn't know much about the ride itself only that we would get a bit wet and that we should take our shoes off for the ride. After a bit of a 4wd tour through the jungle surrounds we arrived at the boat, given a dry bag for all our gear and life vests. We went up river a bit and were greeted by some rapids which the boat skimmed across pretty seamlessly, around a bend we went and finally we saw them for the first time. A series of enormous ...