Lider Palace Hotel
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... and head straight out. Better to do this and just push through any tiredness and then have an early night. And thank god I did because I had two perfect sunny days to see the falls and it poured with rain for most of my last day here.
I actually should have called this post "Line up... line up" given you line up for your tickets, then the bus or the train, for the toilet, to get food and at every vantage point to take a photo. But was ...
The bus from Uruguay to Iguazu Falls (which are on the border of Argentina and Brazil) took 18 hours. A hell of a time to be in one place. Thankfully the journey went through the night and thus we managed to sleep for most of it. You have to sleep with one eye open though, we were well warned that bags are frequently stolen from sleeping passengers. When we did eventually arrive, it was straight into the action, we visited the Brazilian side ...
... spiral staircase up to our new room. Ben nipped out to get some cash and some things from the shop but we mostly took it easy. We finished off a few of our provisions and Ben managed to tuck away a considerable amount of chia without exploding himself. The party is getting going outside but isn't as intrusive as it was last night because we are further away from it. The rasp of motorbikes on the roads around town is near constant. I think the earplugs will get another outing ...
... we have enjoyed in a long time.
With a full day to spare before our overnight bugs for our next adventure, we explored the small townsite, walking the Three Frontiers route along the Iguazu River to the confluence of the Parana River. Here marks the borders between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. It's the only time we have stood in one country and been able to see two other countries nearby. Another little travelling experience to file away, and pretty cool too! ...
... I have a visa to go to Brazil, but staying on the wrong side meant a lot of back and forth through customs (over three days I racked up four Brazilian entry stamps). It made things more time consuming, but at least I was prepared with my visa and reciprocity fee paid (it costs you $160 USD to visit Argentina, but once you pay, it is good for 10 years).
The falls themselves were beautiful, ...