Lider Palace Hotel
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... more than others, with a certain group member making a girl cry on her birthday... Sob. As if we aren't having a fabulous enough time then they bowl out Brazilian dancers, complete with birthday cake! I have never seen bums and boobs (I am assured all real!) like it! Lads if you ever needed any persuasion to head to Brazil, I can assure you you won't be disappointed! Gordon properly gets roped in but maintains marital dignity. The absolute highlight is ...
Slept quite well but woke up early so thought may as well get up. Strange breakfast - had option of rice if wanted! Had sausage and bread and cakes and orange. Then got stuff ready. Weather not great, very grey but dry. Then stopped at deli to buy a sandwich then headed to station for 10.30 bus to Brazilian side of falls. Got chatting to German girl called iris. Had to get off to stamp out of Argentina but bus guy did it for us on Brazilian side. Started to rain just ...
... coatis that were playing with a group of Brown Capuchin monkeys. Then we continued on thinking we would take the train part if the way back to the exit but we had missed the last train of the day 4:10 p.m. So off we went walking back to the exit. It was a terrific day and we enjoyed it very much. Monday, Hernan and John did some early morning birding and left the hotel at 6 am, returning about 8:30 for breakfast. I was invited to join a ...
After breakfast the group headed along the walking track to the Devils Throat (Garganta do Diabolo). The scenery along the way was magnificent but the Devils Throat was amazing. There is a walkway over the water so that you are standing in the heart of the falls. Yes, you get wet but it is worth it. The 20% of the falls to the left is in Brazil and on the right in Argentina. The falls are called Union Falls for the role they play as a border. ...
... careless tourists. It did not take long, as an Asian woman who carried a plastic bag was already in tatters. With some passers together we shooed the coatis and collected the remaining items that were in the plastic bag again. We still had a plastic bag in reserve and handed him over to the Asian woman so that she could carry with her belongings again.
Around noon the heat was almost unbearable with the high humidity. Further down we saw that the road now ...