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... cities though. On the way, we found a second hand bookshop where Max bought himself a French book from the 1930’s. We also had time for a short walk on Avenida Paulista, which we found very dull, before we headed back to the bus station to catch the bus to Foz do Iguaçu. I general, we found the city to be about what we had expected
We arrived here around noon yesterday, the 20 October, a little late, but we’re starting to get used to that. Once we got to the hotel, ...
... the rain overwhelming us and we were quickly soaked. Then we entered a very classy hotel and asked where we can find something cheaper, the receptionist told us to go to a man in the street whose job is to send customers in hotels. Perfect! He showed us the way to one, quite expensive, 120 reales per night (£30) but it seems ok and it is a lot cheaper than what we have seen on internet. We reserved 3 nights and got into our room. We were exhausted and surprised to ...
... 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.
... used. We were back at the hostel, and we made more friends chatting about things I don't even remember, Nadia made a new cat friend, and I was scared of getting rabies, the night deteriorated quite quickly after that. Our toilet did not work in our room, so we used the boys, and somehow I was brushing my teeth. The boys, confused with how our toilet didn't work meant we had to brush our teeth in theirs, led us to be kicked out and the three of us trooped back to our room and fell ...
... 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 ...