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... time in a restaurant with wifi. There was also some important Argentinian football match on tv so I tried to amerce myself in that but failed. The bus journey to Iguazu was fine and bus was up to Argentinian standard. Argentina is known to have the best buses in South America. Only problem is that it kept stopping to pick people up so the lights would turn on and wake me up so I didn't get much sleep on that 5 hour journey. So was kinda tired when we arrived at Puerto Iguazu the next ...
The going to bed early part didnt work out, the two french grls in the room bought a bottle of wine, and then the two belgians went to get a bottle, and then it was past 1AM before we went up to the room, and that is 2AM in the time I am used to. But I can also sleep an hour longer :-). Bank (maestro) didnt give me much again (220000G which is about 36€), there is something weird going on, i dont understand. Visa should work again ...
... the Jesuits shown against mist from the sprinklers and along the walls of the mission. This was our first time in the mission so it felt haunting to see such a tragic story (the mission was continually sacked by the Portuguese and eventually burned by other Guarani). I could swear that the woman beside me was wiping away tears.
The next morning we hurried back to the mission to beat the tourists-and the sun! We had a very nice tour in English ...
... crossing a bridge over the “Adam and Eve” falls, we were 25ft. away from eachother when lightening struck 100 yards behind Easton, and we both felt it “crack” around us. This is an unbelievable storm, and over the water fall it’s breathtaking.
Around 17:00 we took the train out of the park and back to the bike, we wanted to get out of the border town before the weekend and Posadas is only 240 miles away. This is our first ride ...
... church, school and living quarters. beautifully intricate relief’s decorated the central buildings. The some of the left over’s from before this guys got kicked out of the country apparently because they were becoming to popular.
Paraguay is not all that well set up for a non Spanish speaker, so managing A to B was not easy. Despite my good ...