Iguassu Holiday Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... our cab. He was waiting for us and we jumped in a headed home (after getting our stamps of course). When we arrived back, we again, had a cheeky nap then went to dinner at a local Resturant recommended in trip advisor. We arrived and were greeted personally by the owner and he did his best to explain the menus to us. We realised this wasn't quite what we expected but felt like we had to go along with it as he had no sat us down and we were ...
... night singing songs about Eirik Bakke after I found out he was a fellow Leeds fan. I've got no idea how he knew my full name but I accepted anyway as soon as I'd stopped laughing at the story.
Foz de Iguaçu instantly lept out as having been specifically created to cater for the thousands of tourists that pass through each week. Our hostel was excellent and we were immediately given a restaurant recommendation by a friendly guy on ...
We left Tilcara at 11am for... you guessed it... another bus ride! Little did we know that we wouldn't get to our destination, Iguazu Falls for 33 hours. Turns out we had to make four extra bus transfers than we wanted to, and when we finally got on our last bus, we were greeted with the knowledge that we would be going on a 7 hour detour. Turns out the Iguazu are had some serious flooding and the main road in and out was closed. But we could ...
... with only 250 Pesos (about £20). I asked at reception what a single guy can get up to in this town when his wife deserts him for a different country, and he gave me all sorts of ideas. Our hotel was conveniently located within 2km of a few different touristy places, so I decided to walk and see what there was. I decided to pack light for my journey down the straight road... The first place I went was a house made out of 18,000 plastic ...
We decided to combine the 2 days we spent at the Iguazu Falls into one, easy to read blog! Tuesday: We started our day at 5am in Buenos Aires, we would say bright and early... But it was just early. We quietly crept out of the house to meet our taxi, and tried really hard not to wake our host. We were doing fine until we had driven about 10 minutes and realised that we forgot our tripod. We debated for a few seconds before we asked the taxi driver to ...