Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... close to these friendly birds. Spent a few hours here and then headed across the road to catch the # 120 bus back to the city. Found a budget lodge who organises tourist trips across the border to Argentina's side of the Falls and caters for border crossing stamps etc. so we will go with them tomorrow - Farewell Brazil - its been overall great and now Argentina - at least I know a bit more Spanish than Portuguese. And hopefully a nights rest I will get better ...
... ride home - so really we had more excitement than they bargained for - because riding through a military zone in an open backed lorry (which was clearly not as unused as I thought), where you could hear the live firing exercise off in the distance was sort of an adventure too.
Returning to the hotel where we had left our luggage we had a few hours to wile away until our airport transfer arrived, so they kindly allowed us to use the swimming ...
... up for this with its unique charm and helpful staff. We were in the cheapest dorm, which had 16 beds in it and a tin roof! But for R35 each we couldnt complain. The best part about the hostel was the outside space, there were several hammocks to chill in, lots of bean bags and cushioned benches and a huge bar area complete with table football (which I actually beat rob at 2 games to 1!!!!) All surrounded by green vines and banana trees. We spent the first day ...
... Sal. Arriving in a rather industrial neighbourhood I was questioning if what the people on the streets had adviced was really so worth while seeing. But this impression changed fast as we enered a street filling up with people and walking past artful grafiti. The sides of it were filled up with little stands selling food and drinks. The smell of roasted meat hung in the air and samba music grew louder by the step until we entered a square with a huge rock on the side ...
... along trails to the tops and bottoms of the falls, at least today the sunshine was out. We had the added excitement of a 3km speedboat ride up river through some rapids before photo opportunities and a then drenching under the pounding, freezing waterfalls. It was so exhilarating! What an incredible part of the world :) After leaving Argentina (again) and entering Brazil (again again) we arrived back to the hostel to find Scot cooking a hangi for dinner, oh my life ...