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... fun in our daily lives! Everyone hooped and hollered, took endless photos and we all got thoroughly drenched under San Martin and Devil's Throat. A swim suit would have been a good idea! Wayne's trusty Go Pro caught some of the action after the less waterproof camera was stowed away. Despite a day of photographic action we had to stop again on the walk up to snap some more pictures of the massive falls.
A little weary from all of the ...
... Brazils (which equates to about 30% of the UK annual electricity). It was built in the 80s as a joint venture between the 2 countries. Inside, we could feel the walls vibrating as 20 turbines generated 14000MW. Cat thought the control room looked a bit like a Star Trek set (without the dodgy costumes).
And now on to Rio de Janeiro for our final stop and the biggest carnival in the world.
Dave and Cat
... for a food stop - steak with rice and vegies. We then started the second trail along the smaller waterfalls where we captured more amazing photos. This was then followed by our super fun boat ride along the falls where we got a huge shower! Amazing views from below and heavy mist. We then made a slow crawl back up to the top, stopping for lots of close up views of the falls. What a special ...
... up in the median between the beach and the avenue beside the beach. It was as if a market popped up on Park Avenue (if there were a beach on one side). Sara bought painting that will look great in her apt. We were so tired from walking around Sugarloaf that day that we took a cab back to our hotel. Don't worry, nothing exciting happened in that short cab ride. We ate at a Middle Eastern restaurant that night and then went to sleep with nothing ...
... to catch the last tour of the day. The dam is the second largest in the world and produces approximately 75% of the electricity used by Paraguay and 17% of that used by Brazil. The open top tour bus allowed us to see the sheer scale of the beast which at a max allows 62.2 thousands cubic metres of water a second through its fourteen segmented spillways.
The next day, after a lazy morning, we set off to explore the Brazilian ...