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... it wasn’t much fun. After another attempt back at the first bank we managed to secure 1,000 pesos (later discovered that is the daily limit they offer foreign ATM cards i.e. just $140AUD. This was enough to get us to Iguazu Falls and entry to the park by which time was mid arvo so we ventured off trying to block out the heat and frustration of the banks with the anticipation of the amazing waterfalls.
When we arrived at the falls we dutifully paid our ...
... Maté - the local tea. After this feeding it was time to head back and we were stuffed! We got dropped back at the hostel at 6ish and spent a few hours sorting admin and hostels for the next week, skyping home and chilling. In the evening we went out to a club called Hip Hop with Jo's friend and Claire from warwick. It was a hilarious basement club which felt like you were in Step Up, with breakdancing circles all over the place. We stayed until 6am and then crashed and went home to ...
... view the Banco de la Nacion, a beautiful white building across the street from the Plaza. We even witnessed a small protest! (That isn’t really all that impressive; there is apparently a protest on the square nearly everyday.)
Walking the length of the Plaza de Mayo, we were able to cross and enter Florida Ave. off to the right. Florida Ave. is a pedestrian only walkway with many different types of shops (from high end clothing to souvenirs to antiques). ...