Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu
... but with an Argentinan touch), though this was quite expensive.
It turned out to be a good thing we had been out on the boat in Brazil, despite the weather, as in Argentina we had a great experience just wandering around, and there ended up not being time to do anything else. After a tiring day in the sun, we took a bus back to our hostel, grabbed a quick dinner, and boarded an overnight bus to Buenos Aires.
Would I come back to Iguazu? In ...
... church. It was incredible to think, strolling round the immense site, that what remains of the mission is just a fraction of its former extent. The gradually dimming light gave the ruins a magical atmosphere, and a tranquility almost unbroken since we were two of very few visitors. After dark, a bizarre but brilliant sound-and-light show was held at the site, and we were guided round the ruins, now ethereally lit from beneath, as eerie traditional Paraguayan harp music and ...
... lunching on the beach after a hardcore uphill/ vertical trek to the viewpoint! All the waterfalls are very tranquil apart from one we thought looked like it was vomiting and Devil's throat - the biggest ass scary waterfall that you stand on the edge of - horrifying and amazing at the same time - esp as you can't see the bottom of it! It was there that Mirtha (sorry I'm sure spelling is wrong!) and me made butterfly friends who ...
... four hours so they ended up having to stay in São Paulo for the night and got the bus the next day. We headed back over the border to see the Brazilian side of the Falls. This was really cool to see, you get the best view of 'Devil's Throat'. Only 10% of the Falls are visible from the Brazilian side so good to do this side first. There were raccoon things wandering around the place, they would jump up on people tables and eat their food! I wasn't really a fan!
... a portion of meat! So we had
this for dinner with the meat being a beef + corn round meatloaf type
thing that you cut slices off! Beautiful! Full as bulls + wrecked from
the bus ride the night before, we hit the hay!
We had a planned a big day the next day, but that came to a halt when
Broc woke up really sick. He had realy bad stomach cramps + spent a good
part of the morning on the pot! Me, being the wonderful girlfriend I am