Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... sense of the scale and massive size of the waterfall. It was owe inspiring! It was by far the best vantage point and we were glade we left it until last. We stayed for a while taking lots and lots of photos and soaking in the view before heading back down on the train. It was pretty much closing time so it was back to town for dinner and then bed.
The following day we had planned to head over to Paraguay for the day to see the second largest dam in the world and to have a ...
... type jeep. We toured part of the rainforest and the guide explained about a few different types of trees. One was the heart of palm tree. They are very tall and thin. It takes 15 years for the tree to grow and they only can harvest 1 kilo of the heart of palm.
We then transferred to a different kind of jeep, one that was very rugged. It took us down a dirt path that lead to the water. We were going on a boat ride! Not just any ...
... particular can be quite fast - the flood last June saw 46 million litres of water flow through the park - 95,000 houses at the edge of the park were under water - not just flooded but completely under water - the lowest amount flowing has been 250,000 litres and this was in drought!! We flew from Buenos Aires to Iguazu and took a bus to the National Park on the Argentinian side. Once in the park we walked a short distance to the station and took the little ...
... the ability to produce cash. So after a rush around to a HSBC bank, according to Google maps, which turned out to be a park in a favela, we took a taxi to an actual HSBC bank, to be able to book our bus, and pay for our tour in the Pantanal. Google maps lies. The bus is to Campo Grande for the start of a tour to the Pantanal and Bonito.
So, bus booked, tour booked, and another long bus journey ahead!
... up to my knees even though I walked out far. Not the most enjoyable cool off and then I thought the water was a bit smelly so I went back to the hostel and bought myself snacks for the long bus trip. I had to them walk to the local bus terminal to take a bus to the main terminal. Well, this was a low point in my trip. It was the heat of the day, the heat being 37*, I had my huge bag on my back my other rucksack on my front and my food bag in my hand. It was a good 20 minute walk ...