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... of the universe. The water was so powerful that it looked like steam was rising from below. The water was pure white and the sun hit it at such an angle that it created a rainbow right in the middle. The weather for the day was equally as beautiful which only contributed to our trip. Overall, in my personal opinion the Argentinian side is by far the best! So, tonight. My original plan was to fly to Recife tomorrow and to then travel down to Rio by bus. However this will now no ...
... We had bought a few beers from the supermarket in town earlier as well as some pot noodles... Keeping it classy! So picture this, Josh and I sitting on our private Sheraton balcony, all snug in our plush dressing gowns... Eating pot noodles. Absolute CLASSIC. You can take the girl out of Croydon... So, after a wonderful night sleeping like royalty in our HUGE comfy bed, snoozing to the sound of the Iguazu Falls, we awoke early at 6am to watch the ...
... falls are extremely swollen right now - over 4x normal volume. Suffice to say, there is much water. The falls were truly spectacular. We've been to Niagara before, but this was in a completely different league (As Eleanor Roosevelt commented on first seeing Iguazu: "Poor Niagara"). On arrival, we walked for a kilometre over the river via metal gantries, on huge concrete pillars, to the edge of ...
... the massive sluice channel ramp. Lots of the people on the bus decided that this was a good time to whistle and holler to see how much echo could be generated, which was very funny to be in the midst of. Returning across the top of the dam, we got our first look at the 120 square kilometre reservoir at the top. Poking out of the water in patches were the remains of drowned woodland. This was a reminder of the contradictions involved in this mammoth project. Although the dam is ...
... Ben himself wasn't sure. However, after a short drive along a freshly-laid, very straight, undulating road, we soon pulled up at a visitors' centre. We payed our entrance fee and strolled in. Our first surprise was coming upon a group of animals that we had never seen before. They were somewhere between ant eaters and limas, with long, narrow snouts and bushy, striped tails aloft. These were coatis and you can think of them like racoons. Not only are they in the racoon ...