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... town to have a drink and it seemed that not many western tourists had clicked on to this so it is a great place to eat drink and watch the world go by (or the football). Rio Iguazu is the border between Brazil and Argentina and the falls is split accordingly, this means to see the whole falls a day trip to Brazil is required, we decided to do this on our first day. The Brazilian side is smaller than the argentine ...
... so there were plenty of people to knock around with. The magic of visiting Iguazu is hard to put into words. It's even hard to portray in pictures, but I've posted some all the same. The roar of the water as it tumbles into the canyon feels both threatening and electrifying, whilst the resulting spray provides a cool reprieve from the heat of the jungle. The beauty and power of these cascades is unique. ...
... with gas before heading home.
Bea dropped us off in town about 2pm by which time a round of empanadas and a beer went down well. We walked back to our hotel, rested up, swam and then walked back into town for dinner. ‘Aqua’ served local river catfish, Surubi, that tasted fine but was a little 'solid', a glass of wine helped it to find it's way down and we had an early night heading back home at 10pm, just as the town was heating ...
After another huge bus ride we arrived at our amazing hostel in Foz de Iguacu ready to go and visit the famous Iguacu falls which are the longest (width) in the world. The falls stretch over both Argentina and Brazil, so to get the full experience it is best to visit the falls from both countries.
We checked into our hostel. had a quick shower and headed out to check the falls from the Brazillian side. As you can see from the pictures the falls ...
... The next day, which was yesterday, we sat by the pool in the morning (got a little burned) and then went to the airport for our flight to Foz do Iguazu. That is where we are now. We had a very exciting day today! We were met by our driver, Silvano, at 9 o'clock this morning. He drove us to the National park that surrounds the waterfalls. Supposedly the waterfalls are about a mile and a half long and touch three countries: Argentina, Paraguay, and ...