Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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After another long bus ride we arrived at our last Brazillian destination, Foz do Iguazu. We checked in to the hostel and went straight to the falls, we caught a local bus which was really easy. The falls were fantastic. You start the trip on a bus ride out to the falls through the National Park. We had our first glimpse of the cheeky coati animal which we had heard they are quite vicious when it comes to lunch time! We had no bother from them though. Hard ...
... There is a little train that takes you from the entrance to the park to the various walkways around the falls. Again, I am going to let the pictures speak for themselves.
There were also a lot more Cuatis roaming around in packs, and some quite disturbing signposts showing the results of Cuati attacks (the Cuatis seemed much less cute after that). There was also a surprisingly nice Argentinan Parilla restaurant (quite similar to the barbecue buffets we had ...
... South America in 1768, leaving the missions empty and often unfinished. Rumours of Jesuit gold meant they were plundered and desecrated in later years, reducing them to ruins. We reached the grassy hill upon which Trinidad sits just in time to take in the place in the pretty evening light. Crumbling brick buildings, many of which would have been home to vast numbers of indigenous converts, surround an enormous central square, at the head of which stands a magnificent ...
... traveling to South America, this cannot be missed.
The following day we drove by bus from Puerto Iguazu to Foz do Iguacu on the other side of the river - a short stop at the border, a new stamp in the passport and we were in Brazil :-)
We have decided to make a short visit to Paraguay, since we wanted to get an extra stamp in our passport ;-) There goes a direct bus from Foz do Iguacu to Ciudad del Este. After ...
... in an answer people have patience to hear? Did it change me? Profoundly, but subtly. I am not returning a Buddha or a hippie. Instead, it is with a greater awareness of the world and a deeper gratitude for my life than I ever could have gained by staying put. The second question is easier. Of course it is bitter sweet. I understand how accurate a description that phrase can be now. It is sad, upsetting, and starkly permanent to leave the city, country and continent where ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center