Hotel Casino Acaray
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... if I knew the destination was this area of the falls. My god they were breathtaking! We walked out to the falls on a metal bridge over the river. This area was so quiet and peaceful it was hard to imagine that there was a roaring hole which water cascaded down at the end of it. This was definitely the star of the show and I'm so glad we did the tour as this was definitely the best part. The walkway went right up to the edge of the waterfall and it felt like I was looking down into ...
... refreshing in the end and spent the rest of the evening, enjoying our balcony, watching the sunset and the mist rise out of the falls and basically form a thick layer, which seemed to levitate closer and closer to us... Until our balcony was basically wet. WOW. The mist from the falls had reached us, through the cool dusk air, right here on our balcony... Just incredible. Seeing as the food and drink prices here were a tad pricey, as to be expected, we had ...
Today, we crossed the border from Argentina, to Brazil. It is our second day in Iguazu National Park. Yesterday, we spent the day on the Argentinian side, getting up close and personal with 5300 cubic metres of water flowing per second over a very big cliff. To put that in context, it's like a metric ****-ton of Olympic sized swimming pools, falling off a cliff, very frequently. I've not done the ...
... US$1,000,000 from the dam, EVERY DAY! The downside of the dam for Paraguay is that the country has a lot of its eggs in one basket; in November 2009, a problem at the dam resulted in a twenty minute power cut for the entire country. A large bird was riding the thermals under an overcast sky. We could see water spraying out of the base of the dam, out of the cooling system. It was now time to get back on the bus. We took a ride across the base of the mighty dam and through a ...
... laundry. It is only a short walk between our hostel and the bus station. On our way, we passed under lots of trees with large round leaves that seem to be covered in figs. Having found out which company to use, we bought our bus tickets and climbed aboard. The bus driver obligingly paused his reverse out of the bay to let us hop on, just in time. The journey SouthEast of Puerto Iguazú got a bit nervy when Kori questioned whether Ben had bought tickets for the ...