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... a bus the same day as a visit to the falls unfeasible. With temperatures back into the 30's and plenty of sunbathing space nobody is too bothered about spending an extra day here.
The others cooked at an underpar kitchen, but I headed out for a reccie of the town and to eat out. It has a good vibe, more compact than Foz but also with more purpose. It's definitely a tourist town rather than a backpacker one but that isn't neccesarily a bad thing. I chowed down on ...
... del Diablo or Devils Throat. As a result you can spend all day admiring the spectacular falls from every conceivable angle (leading to extreme photo overload). We ended up getting pretty wet as well. The spray from Garganta del Diablo alone is enough to get you soaked-through but we went one step further and took the boat trip into the mouth of the waterfall. Thinking that ponchos would help keep us a little dry proved a false hope. They did nothing - we were drenched. But that's the fun ...
... 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 ...
We had a great sense of anticipation for our visit to the Iguaco falls. Some folks we met before we left England both let out a jealous filled sighs when they heard we were heading this way. They said to forget any waterfall we had seen before or after as these were the 'ultimate falls'. How right they were! The falls cross the Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil boarders with each country having a slightly different view of the falls. Brazil has the best overall view seeing them ...
On Thursday evening, 11 volunteers packed into a mini-bus for a 13 hour journey from Sao Carlos to Foz do Iguacu, a city in the south of Brazil where there are various waterfalls which line the borders of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. The journey went very speedily, being entertained by the appropriate film 'Up' in which they travel to find "Paradise Falls" - although the DVD player broke a few hours into the journey, at which point the driver whipped out ...