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... found muesli for 1st time in Brazil. Filled my system with drugs and out the door.
Headed out for the local bus to the Falls - found the bus stop after few minutes and was standing room for most of the way - I think you can see we are avoiding taxis - they consider every ride to double the price for some reason, so we take longer to get somewhere but save the budget.
Entry to the Falls opens at 9pm so not too long a wait and costs ...
... 800 metres long at the tree top height of about 8 - 12 metres in three stages. 400m, 200m and 200m with stairs only available on the first and last stations. The last was the fastest - however speed in this case was very relative to weight. Nomes had to be rescued twice as she did not pick up enough speed to get to the end of each section, whereas I on the other hand risked knocking the assistants right off the platforms at each stop.
All was ...
... I couldn't be bothered to move one more inch so I just lay back, relaxed and well.....enjoyed another Caipirinha while watching the sun perform another spectacle at Arporador Beach. In this moment the little voice finally changed its tune to "Tall and tan and lovely, the girl from Ipanima goes walking..."
The next day was filled with the stunning views from the Pao de Azucar/Sugarloaf mountain so close to the water, the surrounding mountains and the city. Then ...
... I was totally chilled to the core but it was worth it. The main tourist attraction of Iguaçu, the devil's throat, is actually closed at the moment because in the last few weeks the reached the highest water flow ever recorded and it washed away the walkways. Usually the water flow is something like 1200 metres per second, and it reached over 40,000 metres per second! The water level is still quite high, and the water a brown/reddy colour from the aluminum ...
... Argentine side.
It was like all the worlds waters was going over the edge.
Some of the trails were above the falls and some were below. But it didn't matter if you were above or below as we got drenched in various spots due to the power. The spray from some areas would rise high above ...