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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... the way) to a drop off point where a wooden path led us further on foot into the forest and over small streams and a mini waterfall down to the staging area on the bank of the river. Assured by all that we would get throughly soaked we handed our cameras and phones to Ary and armed just with our waterproof Go Pro stepped on board a powerful RIB, but only after having been trussed up into lifejackets first. The RIB sped off up the river occasionally meeting some rapids which ...
... much the same as a farmer in NZ). We were fed extremely well here. We went for a couple of runs through the paddocks to see the sights - a small cemetery and a volcano. Also played a lot of cards by candlelight (only power for a few hours a day). Juan took us to the border to head back into Argentina. All is well with us. Having a great time. Heading to Iguazu falls today! Can't wait! Wahoooooooo ...
... on the miniature train later and we found ourselves at the entrance to the walkway towards the Devil's Throat. Before taking the walkway, we paused to check out the hundreds of gorgeous butterflies hanging out around the organic waste wheelie bin. We had never seen so many butterflies in such a small area. On the way across the walkway, Ben accidentally trapped one between his fingers and the frame of his sunglasses as he took them off. The walkway took us out onto a ...
... we took one of countless buses to the park entrance, paid an extortionate entrance fee and then joined the first of many queues in the boiling, steamy tropical sun for the mini train inside the park that transports everyone to the first vantage point of the falls. We reached the start of the long boardwalk out to the falls feeling hot, sweaty, weary and a little frustrated, battling the throngs of noisy camera wielding tourists already on the boardwalk. Once ...
... platforms got plenty of spray from that Falls, which felt good ! There are jungle trails, but we've run out of time, and that wasn't the primary reason to come. Also, it's their peak season, so the parks were extremely crowded. We had to take a patience pill for many of the viewing sites, and even on many of the paths. Given all of that, people have been remarkably polite, and the facilities have ...