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... position of the sun creates beautiful rainbows and it did not disappoint. He has been working in that job for 15 years, 6 days a week, 7 during peak times. It shows. The pictures say it all really so no need for any more explanation. Images of some of the local wildlife included too.
I had booked all my transfers (buses and planes) for my next destination, but was not getting the first bus until late on Thursday, so Ola (from Poland) and I decided we'd go to Paraguay to be ...
... over the edge and some very clear
rainbows were formed in the sunlight and water spray. We left knowing with
certainty that this really does deserve its title of one of the new 7 natural
wonders of the world. After crossing the border back into Brazil we left with
most of the group to try and find somewhere for dinner. This was a struggle
because very few places were open on a ...
Spent two days seeing iguassu or iguazu falls from both sides, Brazil and Argentina. They were stunning! We were on the Brazilian side for sunset, where you see the falls from a distance an in Argentina they are close up and we also went on a boat that took us right into the falls (check out the video). In Foz we had our first ...
... past the port, and within thirty minutes, we were back at Bambú Hostel, killing time, snacking, and saying goodbyes to the friends we had made there. After realizing I had lost our bus tickets, panicking, and then calling the company to find out luckily that with our passports, we would be reissued new ones, we could again relax.
We made it, with an ice cream stop at the best ice cream shop in town, which happens to be directly next to the bus terminal, ...
What an exhilarating country to be in in 2014, the World Cup in South America and to a football fever country. One that has won the World Cup 5 times since 1935. We arrived in Rio, a day before Winnie was joining us all the way from Cape Town. It was a clear day and drive towards the city resembled the drive from cape towns airport. Mountainous, coastal and full of sunshine ( well Cape Town in the summer). There was a stark difference between the flavelas on the ...