Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our final long bus ride of the trip was the bus to Iguazu and it was our longest, 24 hours with 3 very swift changes. Fortunately the first leg was the longest, over night and we had booked full cama so it wasn't as bad as we had prepared ourselves for (the carton of wine may have helped too!). Puerto Iguazu is a small town which feels and looks (geographically) like it should be in Brazil, it is also incredibly hot ...
... sets were scattered haphazardly around the terrace, lounge and garden, and free cocktails were served in the bar each evening from 6.30pm - 7.00pm. Once I'd picked up my cocktail, I headed to the orientation meeting led my the owner of the hostel, who took us through the various different ways we might get the most of our time in Iguazu. Not only did I leave this meeting with a full 2-day itinerary, but ...
... 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 ...
... Turned out to be a gem piece of advice and actually ended up impressing us more than the falls. The sanctuary took us over a couple of hours to wander through, to take in the different sections such as the rainforest birds and the Pantanal birds. We got to wander in amongst a couple of the cages which meant impressive closeups of the colourful Macaw birds, which make a racket but are fascinating to look at, if not just for the array of colours. We even got to hold one of the tame ...
... The fish was good and noticeably less salty. We then asked the restaurant to call Alfredo to pick us up and he must have gone to sleep. Bit of a quandary as it was a half hour drive back to the hotel. I was wondering if it was a scam to get us to use a taxi. However, the fourth phone call reached him and we were back at the Sheraton by 10.45. I have never seen Derek so tired. He was asleep with doona and all before I even had my teeth cleaned.