Iguassu Golf Club & Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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... to call it a night !!
The next day, we had signed up to go on the hostel tour to Puerto Iguazu (Iguazu Falls from the Argentina side). The tour left at 9.30am and Killian was less than impressed having to get up and rush !!
We had to go through two boarders to get there and the convenience of doing it through a tour was great, we just had to hand over our passports to the driver and he went in and got them all stamped, we didn't even have to get out of ...
... one else around us doing this) we weren't even sure we if we had missed the Brazilian checkpoint and were walking in Brazil without a valid stamp. But in the end it was sweet. The next morning we went to the falls again. The Brazilian Iguazu offers better views and a helicopter ride at a not too extortionate rate. It only took 10 minutes in total but well worth it and after the helicopter ride Iguazu was done. ...
... I packed a carry on case, (the only thing we had), with clothes to change into. We were going to get a locker and only found one at the end stop of our day. I lugged this suitcase all over the park.
We rode the bus to the end of the line to see our first view of the falls. Yep, I was seeing them with different eyes. These eyes wanted all my kids and grandkids to be with me to see this wonder. These ...
... the Devil's Throat. The waterfalls at Iguaçu/Iguazú are in two layers in many places, with a higher set above a particularly hard layer of rock (presumably). A metal walkway took us out over a set of busy pools between the two layers of waterfalls. To our left, and close by, were some strong waterfalls, pouring freely and white and finishing in a cloud of spray. Below our feet, the water churned as it gushed between pools. At the end of the ...
... either!! I get to just walk out the hotel front entrance and cross the road as much as I like in the next two days as well - I managed to do this several times before I left :) We actually tear ourselves away from here and visited a bird park that is privately owned and run. It has over 140 species and is releasing some back into the wild after a successful breeding program. I saw macaws , toucans, parrots, vultures, eagles, hens, Ibis, flamingoes, and many many ...