San Rafael Hotel
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... traffic. Remember to bring raincoats with you, unless you want to pay for them inside or get wet. Walking to the end of the viewpoint to see the devil's throat will get you wet from the vapours. We went with our jumpers and stayed pretty wet and cold for the entire day. The bus drops you at the main entrance of the Park where you can purchase the tickets to the falls. The price for the park entrance, park bus and tax costs 49.20 BRL per adult. Citizens of Paraguay, ...
... a photo. He shuffled along to check out Errol and was about to grab him with his giant beak – I saved him in the nick of time!
I'd been keen to visit the butterfly enclosure, but by the time I reached it, it was five o'clock – past a butterfly's bedtime – so had to satisfy myself with a few glimpses of hummingbirds again.
So glad I decided to visit this park, it was a lovely end to an awesome day.
... filled with Condensed Milk, and Nut flavoured filled with Dulce de Leche (caramel). They were so good we had to come back the next day for more! And of course a trip to São Paulo had to include a visit to the football museum! Unfortunately after 3 days of beautiful weather it decided to pour, particularly whilst walking to and from the museum, however it didn't dampen our visit. There was possibly too much in this museum, but it was still ...
... ride we returned to land to get changed before getting a bus back over to Brazil.
A brilliant buffet dinner (we might write a separate entry on food we've had) near our hotel followed before we packed and onto our minibus.
Well that has filled one hour writing this (we're not really slow writers it's just been very bumpy)
so... only 13 more to go!
(photos to follow)
... This was the one day in ages, it decided to rain, like torrential rain, fantastic! I got on my tour bus (as, come rain or shine, the tour goes ahead!) and met 2 hilarious Dutch guys, Charles and Siebe (aka Simba). We got to the Argentine side, and within minutes, we were all soaked and wondering what on earth we were doing here!
Even with the torrential rain, the Argentine side was simply breathtaking. I was, yet ...