Mabu Thermas Grand Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dropped before realising the conversation rate is around 11 pesos to the pound. We finally arrived at the falls which seemed significantly bigger on the Argentinian side because we were virtually on top of them which gave us a better perspective. The falls were one of the highlights of the trip and hopefully the photos give you a good idea of how amazing they ...
... was so intense falling on us and needless to say, we were soaked (although those dry sacks for our stuff worked miracles!). After the boat ride, we completed the lower circuit, which gave views of the falls from a lower viewpoint. They were equally impressive from this point of view, and we just couldn't stop snapping pictures from every place we stood, trying (and failing) to capture one that would do them justice. After completing that circuit, we headed back on ...
... was an understatement! The driver took us round the corner to an even more powerful waterfall and after another photo stop, he drove us right into it! It was so cool, everyone was screaming and cheering and no one avoided getting absolutely soaked. We werent expecting it so that made it even better for us. Unfortunately though, by the time we were done the sun had gone in a bit so we stayed wet and cold as we walked round the hiking trails. The trails led us up close ...
... life, learning how to make wallets out of milk cartons....In the last days there was another hightlight climbing up the most famous point of the island the Pico de Papagaio. It got its name after the high rock that stands out over the island looking like a parrot beak. With a whole group we prepped our backpacks with food and tents and hiked 5 hours up to see the sunset...sadly it was cloudy so view at all. But putting up the tent on the tiny square on top, prepping ...
... breakfast and we caught a taxi to the park.
We took full advantage of the hiking trails through the jungle on the Argentinian side of the falls. While exploring, we were fortunate enough to encounter a family of at least twenty Capuchin Monkeys swinging from branches, but equally unfortunate to have been chased by a band of aggressive, hungry coatis. In this case, we were lucky to escape these potentially rabid scavengers unharmed, but we understand that ...