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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... Argentina, brazil and Paraguay ..... And although we had been on the move for 36 hours we thought ' why not!!!' Ill tell you why not..... They canceled on us, asking if we would like to go at 5 am instead...... Errrrr no! After printing 12 pages (cost us about £10) for our boarding passes for our next flight, we needed food! I previously had been sick after taking doxy on a VERY dehydrated stomach.... ...
... countries new. We also decided to visit the Itaipu Dam from the Brazilian side as we´d discovered that this was an easier trip than from the Paraguay side. The Itaipu Dam is the 2nd largest hydroelectric dam in the world (after the Three Gorges in China). It spans the border of Paraguay and Brazil and was built as a joint venture, only completed in 2007. It can produce up to 14 million megawatts and provides 75% of Paraguay´s electricity and 17% ...
Day 3 - A sleepy flight from Buenos Aires lands us in the middle of the jungle. In Northwest Argentina, at the borders of Brazil and Paraguay, is a three country national park and home of the spectacular Iguazú Falls. We breathe easier amongst all the greenery and water after a few days in the city, though the Falls seem to take our breath away again. We start with the low ...
... like giving a toddler a set of drums, if everyone leaves
this trip with both their eyes it will be a miracle. There is already talk of
putting it in the cab between Emma and Simon so when we need a loo stop we go
for double top to let them know!
Danielle wrote a really good poem featuring us all – very
T'was the night before Christmas,
When all through the camp,
Not a creature was stirring,
3 words - O.M.G. One of our favourite days of our trip so far. Iguazu Falls are amazing. After a bad nights sleep (thanks to Julie Goddard aka Snory Snoreson), we had a quick breakfast and were picked up by our driver Ramon to take us to the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls. Once inside the park we caught the free tram (which reminded us of being somewhere like Disneyland) and went up to Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat). A 1km trail from ...