Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... compared to Europe. There was no problem with taking bottles of water through and no need to take out laptops or take off belts. The two hour flight was uneventful and Ary, our guide, was there waiting to meet us and to take us to our hotel San Martin, a lovely low rise resort with dark wooden floors and ceilings and lush gardens, situated just five minutes from the airport. We had the idea that Foz was a small place but it turns out that the population is around 500 000 ... 5x ...
... him that his family had the aristocracy bred out of them long ago. When we eventually arrived at Posadas, Ben told Juan Antonio that he had learned a great deal. We all said our goodbyes. In Posadas, we had half an hour to wait in the bus station. We were wary and wore our bags the whole time, although it seemed like a nice kind of place. When we had settled onto our last bus, Ben went to sleep for a couple of hours before listening to some music. Our surroundings took on a ...
... and so we found ourselves waiting in line to catch the train to the top. After a hot stroll along the unshaded walkways, we arrived to a different experience to the day before. Stronger winds meant we were soaked as the spray came up above the top of the waterfall, which was really fun and very welcoming with the temperature soaring as we neared midday.
Hoping to avoid the wrath of the coties, we picnicked on a walkway above the river (where ...
... before picking up our tour. We were lucky. We had a one hour flight from Cuzco to Lima, and then a four hour wait for our next flight to Iguazu Falls. This was only a four hour flight but we also lost 2 hours of our day. LAN airlines were awful - the flight stewards were slapdash and not methodical in handing out drinks. This does not bode well for our trip home. When we arrived at Iguassu ...
... until Ciudad del Este. Thanks to the email of the owner of the hostel, we know where we have to get off. A moment later, we arrived. We meet again the Dutch couple Milou and Tijl. I recognised them straight away. We saw them for the first time in Tupiza in Bolivia, just before we left for our trek in the Salar de Uyuni. We also meet Sarah from Quebec, full of life and funny. They all leave for the "Itaipu Dam "and we decide to ...