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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Well today started early 7am we left for the airport...got to the airport......plane delayed..... great first internal flight and its delayed..... the lucky thing was we were offered lunch.... first realise we have been through check in and security..... they herded all travellers down a long corridor and told we needed to go to the third floor.. …
... an agouti which is a large rodent. After breakfast the group headed along the walking track to the Devils Throat (Garganta do Diabolo). The scenery along the way was magnificent but the Devils Throat was amazing. There is a walkway over the water so that you are standing in the heart of the falls. Yes, you get wet but it is worth it. The 20% of the falls to the left is in Brazil and on the right in Argentina. The falls are called ...
... in the neck, that kinda takes away from the moment. I got the train back down to Cataratas Station, and then headed to the Upper Trail. This was another walkway that walked over some of the falls, but they were just as crowded as the Devil’s Throat, and just as unenjoyable. I got some pictures, and then wanted to get out of there as soon as possible.
I left the Upper Trail and went down to the Lower ...
... for us. The falls is THE highlight of the area, 3 times wider than Niagara, with an average 1.5 million liters of water falling per hour. We could see Argentina on the other side, but chose not to pay the Visa fees to get there. We're now waiting to board our flight to Rio for our next adventure, celebrating New Years on Copacobana ...
... we had, we had an interesting conversation on Argentina's problems relating to tourism.
The last piece of advise we were given before we left was to go to La Feirinha, the street where the Brazilians come to shop and eat, because it's a lot cheaper than elsewhere in the town. It wasn't far away either, just a couple of blocks on the other side of the town centre from where we were. It was like a market with stalls selling olives, cheese, cured meat, ...