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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... hurt, other than our pride, we made our way round the final trail, before heading back to our hostel.
Chilled night in.
Day 15 - Last day in Iguazu. We knew that we wanted to fit in a boat trip, and we were debating which side of the falls to do it on. Having really enjoyed the Argentinian side the day before, we decided to return there (with half price tickets on the 2nd day). Once in the park, the lure of the Devils Throat was ...
After seeing Iguazu falls from the Brazilian side we had to go across to the Argentinian side the next day to check it out. A short half hour bus ride and easy border crossing, took us to Puerto Iguazu, the bordering town and another short bus ride later and we were at the falls. This side was certainly a lot more vast and gave a new vantage point to marvel at the ridiculous amount of water crashing ...
... and I had to take another bus to the falls. They were so amazing. The first thing I did was go up on this little train to the entrance to the Devils throat. The biggest part of the falls. Ohh I nearly forgot, I had a bit of a freak out moment. As I had not realised I had to pay another 100 pesos for the bus to the falls I then had no more pesos left to buy any water. I had thought I would pass a shop on the way to the bus stop but I didn't. Everyone had said how they ...
... to wear shorts that did not cover the knees and open shoes. So Philippe only had Flipflops and I only had short pants - so I borrowed a beautyful pair of shorts and Philippe some really beatyful shoes! =) So the pics- I have to admit that the pic with the locks open is a pic of a pic, cause due to lack of water they did not open the locks in the last ...
... safe and sound. La Paz was another city to really grow on me. Some excellent tours and knowledgable, generous locals filled us in on the country's (scarily recent) history of wars, revolts and what I assume is the national sport of throwing rubbish presidents out of windows (they generally deserved it, one President gave away a huge, mineral rich, chunk of the country to Brazil in a swap for a horse). The main La Paz highlight ...