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... of the seven natural wonders of the world declared by UNESCO and one of the biggest hydroelectric dam - Itiapu. People in Brazil are good looking! The magnanimity and beauty of the falls takes your breath away. If you have seen Niagara falls, comparatively, it is 1000 or 10,000 times bigger. There are thousands and thousands of falls that makes Iguacu. The force with which the water falls is so powerful that it feels like thunderstorm ...
... back home. After a 7 hour coach ride, we arrived in São Paulo. A taxi ride across the third largest city in the world, with a population of 21 million brought us to our hostel, not obviously a hostel with a security gate and only a small bed sign to indicate we were in the right place. We only stayed for one night in São Paulo and we left the next day for our first long coach ride, 16 hours to Foz do Iguazu.
More sleep happened than I expected on the coach. Foz do Iguazu was ...
... from this guy and a few shady characters the people here have been just as friendly and helpful. Paraguayan people are definitely some of the most friendly on our trip.
On our first night we wandered down a side street and felt like we had walked into a teleporter straight into China. The whole street was filled with Chinese restaurants, shops and Chinese people. We ate in one of the restaurants and ...
... about 5% of all visitors go there. It ends in a waterfall and a small pool were you can go swimming. I caught a bus back to the hostel made dinner and sat at the bar with some of the other guests, Anna and Pablo from Buenos Aires and Chile.
Tues 5/8 Today I went to visit the Brazilian side of the falls. I walked to the bus station and met Anna there from the hostel. The bus took us across the boarder from Argentina into Brazil. To ...
... buying. The locals were aggressive salesmen, one guy tried selling me the same pair of socks about 20 times. We brought some Pringles which were cheaper than in Brazil then headed back. Pringles are apparently expensive in Brazil. A well worthy trip.
The next stop was to headed into Argentina to see the other side of Iguaçu.