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... had a lovely meal thanks to Andrew and Gail. The next day we got on a bus and made our short trip over to boarder into Argentina so we could see the Argentinian side of the falls. As we crossed the boarder we were very sad to say goodbye to Brazil as we loved it but we were now getting excited for Argentina. The next day we went to the Argentinian side of the falls, this is said to be the grand finale so we had high ...
... bus station. At the terminal in Foz do Iguaçu, you don't buy a ticket; you simply state where you are going at the turnstile at the entrance and pay the appropriate fee to enter the bus station. We took a long, wide, straight road out of town. Regularly, sports cars would come screaming past. I think that, in this area, this road is where you come to see just how much you can get out of your car. At the top of the road, the bus slowed down before a checkpoint, did a u-turn ...
... we later found out that they behave a lot like racoons. They are very comfortable with humans and we were able to get close up. We could hear them making little bird-like cheeping noises. They scampered over the paved surface, their long claws making subtle scratching noises as they went. One broke into a kiosk by the path to investigate. A little further along, we spotted two guys peering into the trees next to the miniature railway tracks. We soon discovered what ...
... knew exactly where to board the different busses, pick up cheap and tasty sandwiches/empanadas, and had been booked onto a speedboat tour under the falls. Boom! At 9.00pm there was an open invitation to a 3-course asado (barbecue) at which I met a number of other backpackers, including a friendly couple from the USA called Carlos and Sara. Pretty much everyone was heading to the falls the ...
... longer climb back up, but it was worth it. It was really fun to be in the falls, even if I was soaked at the end (they give you a dry bag for your belongings and camera). You can also take a helicopter over the falls on the Brazilian side, but unfortunately, that wasn’t in my budget.
I visited both sides of the falls and had a good time. There were actually a few jerky guys who were ...