Mabu Thermas Grand Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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After another huge bus ride we arrived at our amazing hostel in Foz de Iguacu ready to go and visit the famous Iguacu falls which are the longest (width) in the world. The falls stretch over both Argentina and Brazil, so to get the full experience it is best to visit the falls from both countries.
We checked into our hostel. had a quick shower and headed out to check the falls from the Brazillian side. As you can see from the pictures the falls ...
... off the wee train I practically ran the kilometre to the viewing platform, dragging a reluctant-to-hurry-in-the-heat Ross with me. A storm had been brewing all morning and by now the clouds were thick, black and directly above us just waiting to open up. We arrived at the platform roughly 3 seconds before the sky exploded. I couldn't really tell what was waterfall mist and what was rain, there was water pouring at us from every direction. It felt ...
Tuesday 9th December
Luckily in the morning I wake up and feel a lot better. Dr Femi Adegboye diagnoses that it was due to the fact we have been doing a lot recently and I need a full day of rest. I suspect, he just does not want to do anything, but I decide to go with it. So we just stay at the hostel and plan our next steps.
We were meant to spend the day on a day trip to Paraguay's Ciudad de Este and Itaipu Dam, but we skip that. Itaipu dam ...
... Balcony with everyone wanting to have their picture taken before moving on. As time went on, more people were pushing onto the walkway/balcony than the number leaving. We have noticed that taking a 'selfie' actually takes a lot longer than having someone take the picture for you. But for some reason, people insist on a bubblehead selfie, with only a small corner of landscape in the photo, even if you offer to take a photo for them.
Back on land, the end of trail had a ...
... changed and breakfast. Argentina has what they call a 'blue market' for US dollars in which you can almost double your pesos by exchanging dollars rather than going to a bank or ATM, so walking down the main streets all you can hear is people calling out- Cambio, to change money. We found a guy willing to give us a good rate and were then ushered into a building, up the elevator to the tenth floor (which I was certain was the last elevator I’d ever be on) ...