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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... After calling them for us, it also just so happened that they had a couple of empty beds. So on our bags went and we arrived at a lovely retreat in the jungle. And the best part is that it is 1.6km from the airport. Perfecto! Upon arriving we hopped into the pool only to be greeted by a downpour that stayed away long enough for us to get here. All in all a very lucky travel day!
We are off to Bonito tomorrow bright and early. Until next time...!
... The falls were absolutely stunning. So I'll let the photos do the talking there (again they're just the photos from my phone unfortunately - managed to get lots more even spectacular ones on my camera). Seeing the falls was day-long excursion. I went with a Dutch guy from the hostel and we spent 7 hours in there walking the various trails and seeing the falls and surrounding wildlife. I'd say at least 1 hour of that was spent at ...
To exercise the mind,
Card games and laughter,
It's fun every time!
Then out came the hot chocolate,
As Lee brewed the kettle,
Kelly telling stories of Texas
As the camp started to settle.
Then "Ho, ho, ho!",
Came the sound of Ken's voice.
Brazil for Christmas,
What a good choice!
... seeing them could we? Iguazu is located right on the border with Brazil in Missiones and lots of people use this as part of their route into Brazil. We could have done that but it would have meant missing out Uruguay completely so we decided to do a bit of back tracking and just take the 17 hour trip - twice. When we arrived in Puerto Iguazu the first thing that hit us was the humidity. It's summer here now so temperatures usually exceed 30 degrees but we ...
... splash" bottom of all. I told Linda we couldn't possible go there. I was wrong. We plunged into the falls and were thoroughly drenched. Despite our sweating, it was COLD. The driver then went back around the curve and we went under another set of falls. The total ride took under thirty minutes, but that was enough to do the job. We returned to the dock completely drenched. Of course, then dripping, we had to retrace the two hundred steps. I just put my head ...