Hotel Rua do Kalifa
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... t fancy playing chicken today and neither did anyone else so we walked back to the bus station, stopping off at a view point of this spectacular bridge along the way. For dinner this evening stu and Neill cooked up scrambled eggy goodness! We had a few drinks - and stayed away from the caipirinhas - then went to bed at a fairly early time as tomorrow was the day that we had travelled all of this way to experience: ...
... not the Atlantic!!
Frankie and Hannah also checked into our hostel for a few days so it was great to see the girls again. The hostel was extremealy socialable and every evening there was a group of 10/15 people sat around playing games and generally having a good time.
When the time came to move on we had ´Punta Del Diablo´ syndrome and we really didn´t want to leave, nonetheless, our next destinantion was the famous Iquazu falls.
See you there!!
... biggest fall. It really was incredible, although littered with tourists and their go pros, fighting for the good-selfie-spot. Although this view was probably the most spectacular, I preferred the other trails which take you to view points below the falls and above... As predicted by Nana, I did get pretty wet at points and had several near-slip-and-embarrass-self moments. A lot of walking in my one size too small converse but it was a gorgeous day that I ...
... the apartment only to have come to a locked and unanswered door -- the boys were out eating, which is where we wanted to be!!!! Tensions were now at an ultimate high, ideas being thrown around for our next move ultimately causing minor disagreements as we considered that we could even miss the count down. Finally after nearly 20 minutes of annoyances, Rob walks up and reports that the rest of the guys will be back home soon, but better yet, that a sushi restaurant was still open ...
... I thought it was a single layer bus but it was a double decker bus and we were lucky to have seats 1 and 2 which meant we could stretch our legs all the way till Rio de Janeiro. Thankfully we had our sleeping bag and all our jumpers as this bus was very cold almost reminiscent of the beaches here.
We went to sleep looking forward to ending our last overnight bus on this journey. Our final few nights will be spent in Rio before we close this chapter in our ...