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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... place i want to go to (of course!) So hoping to get that in tmor.. we found out from the swiss back packers that in argentina the bus is much the same price as a flight so we booked a flight down to buenos aires!i cant tell you how excited i am about not getting another 24 hour bus!! Meeting people is great coz everyone is doing or has done what your about to do so you can learn so much. Love that part!! :) thats all for today guys!ill whack up some pics ...
... everyone had to morph into the tiny critter and attach themselves to the nearest floor or wall; like a gecko. The last one to do so lost the round and had to drink. The night as usual escalated. Me and stu were hungry so we decided to eat somebody's prepared food left on the side. Karma as always prevailed as the food was a potatoey-gooey substitute for a fish finger. I unfortunately didn't stop at stealing someone's ...
... before and walk the 1.2km scenic trail along the edge of the river valley cliff, from where the falls begin (looking across at Argentina), and then ending all wet in the Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo). Ok, I realise that sounds a bit dodgy... But it is actually really fun! I mean, what doesn't sound fun about a devil's throat? This famous 'Garganta del Diablo' is where the largest volume of water CRASHES (if I could write that even bigger, I ...
... mins early!
Off we go 15km later we arrive at the park, good to his word he charges 35 reals and advises on where to go etc. We book the speed boat ride, pay the park entrance and head off on the bus.
Well the boat ride is better than expected, crash through the rapids and get drenched as we circle under the Argentinian waters, despite the pack a mack I am drenched! Along with everyone ...
... bizarre. We had only crossed a river, but had entered the world of organized driving.
We found our hotel, beautiful, settled in for a while, practiced a few Portuguese words, ate dinner at a road side stand and felt ready to head to the falls in the morning.
Saturday morning we ate breakfast, loaded up the truck and headed off to the falls. By the way, it is very discomforting when the ...