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... view them from up close, in one section of walkway so close that we were saturated by the mist rising from them! It is also possible to see the falls from the Brazilian side, however travelling on Australian passports it is necessary to purchase a visa which we were never prepared to do just for this.
Finally, we returned to town to pick up our bags and head to the terminal to take an overnight bus to Concordia, on route to the Uruguayan town of Salto.
... we had spoken to who had visited them, were right, the Argentinian side poops on the Brazilian side. We reluctantly made our way back to our bus and discussed with fellow tour goers, Basil and the perfect couple, how easy it would be to smuggle drugs. We came up with the idea to smuggle them using silicon boobs in women desperate for breasts using the cover travel company 'Silicon trips,' we were on to a winner.. Back at the hostel we showered and headed down to the outside ...
... were going to be fed dinner and wine. Come 11.30, we were asleep and no one had been fed. We awoke to a man selling Milanese sandwiches so we bought one, having not eaten since lunch. Two seconds later, the included dinner arrives. Very frustrating. What's more - there was no wine.
The day after Iguazu Falls was always going to be a tough gig but luckily we arrived to a beautiful ...
... amazing! We had read the you get the power of the falls from the Argentinian side and a more panoramic view from the Brazilian.....we just couldn't see how this side could be topped!
We were exhausted from the heat that evening and had a long siesta and tried for hours to find a cheap hostel in Rio! we eventually did although paid irish prices! we had dinner and packed our bags ready to cross the border to Brazil in the morning.
... suits from the 80's! I suppose I better get back used to it as I am home soon! Found a great campsite on the banks of Rio Uruguay looking over to Brazil only 150m away. First day I went to see the Salto de Mocona, a 3km long waterfall because the river has split longitudinally as one side has been thrust upward by a geological fault - interesting for a geographer anyway! Pretty impressive even through the cloud and a good warm up for Iguazu. A ...