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.. …
... much the same as a farmer in NZ). We were fed extremely well here. We went for a couple of runs through the paddocks to see the sights - a small cemetery and a volcano. Also played a lot of cards by candlelight (only power for a few hours a day). Juan took us to the border to head back into Argentina. All is well with us. Having a great time. Heading to Iguazu falls today! Can't wait! Wahoooooooo ...
... it was low and wet it just turned to mud. We were making good progress without too many issues until we hit an area where trucks were loading cattle from the surrounding farms. The loaded down trucks had turned the road into a real mud pit and at stages we were sliding sideways up the road with all four tyres spinning in the mud. The car did a great job and we made it through unscathed just a lot dirtier.
During the drive north from BA the landscape had change from open ...
The customs procedure between Argentina and Brazil is quite relaxed. An exit stamp in your passport at a small boot, you hand in the Titulo Temporal, get an entry stamp and that's it. The licence number of the car is registered in their system, next to your passport number; it gives you an automatic permit for the car for 90 days, just like yourself. The whole procedure takes 10 minutes. A few minutes later we are at the nearby Iguaçu airport to see if we can get some Reals ...
... strolled through the sreets of PI to get our bearings. Just around the corner from our hotel is a Vinoteca, where they sell a wonderful variety of Argentinian wines at incredibly low prices. My bottle of Malbec was $3.20 USD and Arlinīs Torrentes was $4.50 - both from superior vintners.
We decided to relax on Sunday and go to the Falls on Monday, which was the first day of school after a couple of monthīs break, so we thought there maybe ...