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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... from across the river. The first view we got was amazing......what a panoramic view...the reviews were again right! it was nothing like what we had seen yesterday it looked so much bigger and i must admit more beautiful. It is like the falls go on forever as far as you can see. They are actually twice the width of Niagara and higher!our big camera again let us down grrrrrr....so we only had the small one! but anyway we walked onto ...
... 9am. No border crossings today either, a whole day to enjoy the falls and forest. We took a bus to the park then did a train trip, walked lots, were continually amazed at the extent of the falls and took hundreds of photos. We saw great forest dripping with ferns, mosses, lichens, bromiliads, orchids.... and some beautiful birds, butterflies, an enormous caiman, lots of coatis and one agouti. After lunch 6 adventurous people took a ...
... the passports into the office and got our passports stamped. This took about 5 minutes then we were on our way for the short drive to the falls. It cost around NZ$25 to enter the Nation Park where the falls are. You board a bus for a trip that took around 10 minutes to the falls. On the way were a number of places you could get off to do different activities that had an additional cost. We went to the end and came to the first ...
... crew. The ride is awesome and the captain sends us up the river and then proceed to dunk the boat in the spray from the falls. Needless to say - the el cheapo ponchos we decided to invest in did little and only succeeded in seeing the 4 of our group exiting the boat with wet ******es - fail. That wraps up our time at Iguazu, after assaulting the local churasco near the hotel - man they were sorry they let us in....now it's time to head ...
... completely soaked going across the bridge to look down into the falls - well worth it After a quick subway, we headed back across the border to Argentina where a 14 hour night bus awaits to take us towards Uruguay! Bus was very good apart from being woken up at 11pm and having the worlds driest sandwich thrust in my ...
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