Iguassu Golf Club & Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... copped some verbal and physical abuse from tourists for their troubles: At one point, presumably because there were too many people already there, everyone was blocked from walking the 3km track to the most famous part of the falls - the Devil's Throat (an hour long wait for a train ride was the other option). But one guy took matters into his own hands and told the ranger (if I could understand his Spanish) "This is a national park - not your park," before violently pushing him out ...
Day 231 Ben woke regularly through the night to check his watch. By 4.15, he decided that he might as well stay awake. We arrived at our first change point just before 5am, immediately transferring onto a new bus in the city of Resistencia. It was here that we met Juan Antonio, a man of about fifty heading to Posadas for work. He is a nutritional supplements specialist who works for a successful Argentinian health and beauty product company. He and Ben chatted for most of the ...
... wet! You get to head out on a walkway towards the Garganta del Diablo...and the spray from the falls means you get soaked, hence the splodgy photos! It also creates some amazing rainbows.
After a couple of hours it was back on the bus, and two stamps later we were back in Argentina to stay (6!).
After Kate's spanish chat with the hostel owner, we headed off for dinner to a lively tapas bar where we sat eating empanadas on the rooftop ...
... is safe now! Luckily around 2 pm the rain stopped and I did get to visit the Brasil side of the falls. Nothing compares to the Argentina side as you get right in amongst the falls. In Brasil you get more of a panoramic view and can get close to the Devils Throat which is the largest single ...
... were also Amazonian river otters, ant-eaters, a very slothful sloth (disappointing) and a strange feline that resembled a cross between a domestic cat and a lynx. However, our favourite animal had to be the hyperactive armadillo that was sprinting laps around its enclosure, running through hollow logs and piles of leaves. Still wanting to explore what the area had to offer, we walked from the animal centre to an unusual attraction nearby, the Casa de Botellas (House ...