Iguassu Express Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We woke up after a fun but mellow last night in Lagoa, Florianopolis and spent most of the morning sleeping and packing our bags. We had to wait untill 6:20 to board our bus so before we made our way to the station we had time to hit one more Brazilian beach. We ventured to a beach called Mole and walked around to see the next bay north. Wilson and I had been to Mole the previous ...
... here does not disappoint. At home I'm not really that fussed about steak - in fact on steak and chips night in the Stigant household I tend to go for the alternative option of fish fingers. But once I'd got over the fact there was blood on my plate (it's tomato ketchup, it's tomato ketchup...) you can't fail to enjoy it. I think I'll have to go back and see more of Argentina one day. But in the meantime there are some good memories attached to that stamp on my ...
... 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.
... front of you, you start to appreciate the sheer size of the area and the amount of water that tipples over to form the Iguazu River.
After quick bight of lunch we got the scenic train to the north of the falls where again it is a short walk into the platform to view the Devils Throat. This is an area about seventy five yards wide and where the greatest volume of water seems to crash down into the valley ...
We got off the bus at 'Kilometre Quattro', as instructed. It was dark and we walked briskly and soon our second landmark pierced the gloom, the Golden Arches of McDonalds! Just one more dark street and we were dumping our bags at another hostel, before rushing back out to withdraw a couple of hundred thousand peso's and revive our blood / salt levels by filling up at the afore named restaurant. It was Friday and on Friday nights the worlds second longest dam, the Itaipu, puts on a ...