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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
So, today was my last day of official travel, and tomorrow, the only sightseeing I will do is from the plane and the variety of airports I will be visiting.
Today, I went to the Brazilian side of the falls. The weather forecast said that it would be mostly cloudly for the morning, and partly cloudy by the afternoon, so I decided that I wouldn't go as early this morning in hopes that I would be there for the good weather. ...
... than amused but provided us with a lot of entertainment. Once we had walked around them all we got a speed boat which took us right under the falls. The force and amount of water was insane, there is roughly 13 million litres of water per second falling. It was amazing and we were absolutely soaked afterwards but none of our group seemed to care. We then decided to head back as it was now half 5 (we had left the ...
... try and avoid the herds of tour groups and make the most of the day as there's plenty of trails to keep us occupied. The weather had cleared and was beautiful all day this meant two bonuses, rainbows and butterflies. We checked out the green trail first hoping to see some wildlife, but didn't get lucky apparently it's possible to see monkeys occasionally. We did see some small waterfalls before reaching the main event. The falls are about 3km in length and in the rainy ...
... into twin-engined Zodiac speed boats, piloted by experienced professionals that take visitors by Iguacu River up to Canyon Falls. Once you get there, you see the beautiful landscape, feel the power of the falls that create a mist forming many beautiful rainbows, and you feel the energy that make this an intense, unforgettable and breathtaking adventure. During the ride, the journey is video captured for purchase, which we did. What an experience to relive! ...
We had been chilling out in Buenos Aires for four days at a well known hostel called The Milhouse - it's known for its party atmosphere amongst travellers. After our final farewell in Chile at La Casa Roja (Chris's happy place as he calls it) we were in much need of a few days rest and to be honest the vibe at Milhouse is very young so we felt more like old peeps than party peeps, which made for a welcome change. We didn't explore much of BA at the time as we planned to return ...
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