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... to crash into the trees at the end of the landed field. Once we were up the view was amazing, there was a thick brown river that flowed from left to right towards the falls and was surrounded by thick jungle as far as the eye could see. Despite the large resorts that lay nearby the falls, the falls itself looked spectacular. We flew over just as the sun was setting and the water flowing over the falls shimmered with the light ...
Monday morning we caught a ride back into town from Granja El Roble with Alejandro, a friend of Peter's. By the time we hit the grocery store to load up on snacks for the all-day bus ride ahead of us, it was time to go. Our bus from Concepcion to Ciudad del Este (CDE) that was supposed to take eight hours, ended up more like nine and 1/2, getting us to a hostel at nearly 11 pm after a quick taxi ride.
Our agenda in CDE was to ...
... down to the local bus terminal where I boarded another ****** Paraguayan bus for about an hour, which took me to a crossroad where I had to get off and walk another km or so. At the entrance, I was invited in, handed over my passport and then was treated to a movie telling me a bunch of positive facts and figures.
I did find it interesting, though, that never did they mention, that the construction of this dam in the 70's, actually ...
... ready... We were taken into the falls! The spray was amazing and we were drenched!!! There's no saving yourself from getting wet, but it was an incredible experience!! Ami caught it all on gopro which should be an interesting watch. We even forgot we were hungry! After a few more waterfall snaps it was lunch time! Lunch was average, consisted of a lot of washing dodging but the dulce de leche ice cream was incredible! It was time for ...
... project propaganda gushes about this human accomplishment, it omits the US$25 billion price tag and avoids mention of environmental consequences - the 1350sqkm, 220m deep reservoir drowned Sete Quedas, a set of waterfalls that was more impressive than Iguazu Falls.
Onward boat across Rio Iguazu/Rio Parana to Puerto Iguazu, Argentina, 20mins.