Hotel Villa Canoas
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... das Aves. I think I'm becoming addicted to photographing birds!!!
Parque das Aves is definitely the best bird park I have ever visited - I loved it so much I went around to all of the 8m high aviaries twice!
The park is on five hectares of Atlantic Rain Forest and is a centre for conservation and sancutary to rescued widlife. 50% of the birds were rescued and 43% were born in the park.
It was truly spectacular.
Now to ...
... him that his family had the aristocracy bred out of them long ago. When we eventually arrived at Posadas, Ben told Juan Antonio that he had learned a great deal. We all said our goodbyes. In Posadas, we had half an hour to wait in the bus station. We were wary and wore our bags the whole time, although it seemed like a nice kind of place. When we had settled onto our last bus, Ben went to sleep for a couple of hours before listening to some music. Our surroundings took on a ...
... cheapest prices in town. We had the spinach and onion empanadas which were the nicest we have had so far in Argentina. For dinner one night we came here and had the stir fired vegetables in soy sauce for 40 pesos which is great value. The dish is big, but not served with rice so ask for 'con arroz’ (with rice) unless you just want the vegetables stir fried alone. We also got them to make us a vegetable salad ...
... a required stop to clean the SD card up! I become absorbed by a tree covered in so many epiphytes that it barely survives as it hangs over the falls.
Next we are on a truck heading through the jungle and down to the boat ride. By the pier there are a profusion of butterflies, later Bea told us that they are down there to get minerals from the soil that they need.
The boat ride is done with Latin American flair! Really we don't have ...
... as we expected. We definitely had a few 'moments' of feeling very insignificant beside such a huge force of nature. We got caught in a sudden and torrential hail storm while on the middle of a kilometre long bridge above the gushing waterfalls, while our tour guide showed us the bridge in the water just below us that had collapsed just 5 months prior due to a big storm (said a few words to baby Jesus at ...