Hotel Villa Canoas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... edge path soaking in the vistas of where we had been walking the previous day. The path ended at a point close to the Devil's Throat where it projected out into a waterfall, causing us to become soaked once again. However, this was not the end of our adventures at the falls, as whilst eating her packed lunch Jenn was mugged by a ruthless gang of coatis, who stole a dulce de leche pastry and proceeded to eat it in front of her. Deciding it was better ...
... not yet check in, so we dropped off our bags and and took a local bus to a nearby animal centre called Guira Ora. Though it acts as a refuge for the rehabilitation and release of injured and mistreated jungle inhabitants our tour felt a lot like we were visiting a zoo. However, the wide selection of indigenous animals was amazing and their cages were both large and clean. We walked past bird enclosures containing various types of toucans, macaws, owls and even ...
... we luckily came across a guy who spoke very good English and we were soon on our way.
We had two main plans of what to do in Foz, obviously there is the Brasilian side of the falls to see but we also wanted to see the Itaipu Dam.
So the next day we caught a bus to the Itaipu Dam for our all areas tour. The dam has been built on the Parana river on the border of Brasil and Paraguay to power an Hydroelectric powerstation. The building of the dam ...
... US$25 for a taxi instead of only US$7 for the shuttle. The shuttle
runs are coordinated with the arrival and departure sequence of
flights in and out of this small Northern Argentina airport.
Without any hotel plans as of yet I opt to be dropped off at the central bus
station to start my hotel search for the next two nights. Turns out
there are numerous hotel options within easy walking distance of ...
... t bring a change of clothes and Nigel did. It is very unusual for Nigel to be more organised than me and he knows it which, I imagine, is the reason that he spent the rest of the day looking smug in his dry clothes whilst I squelched along in mine complaining of chaffing. The only downside to the park, in my opinion, was one of the animals that live there. They are called Coatis and they are a member of the racoon family. Although they look vaguely ...