Marcopolo Suites Iguazu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... heard the Argentinian side is a lot better so we had high expectations. We booked our tour and hoped on a bus across the road that took us to iguazu.
We were driving through rain the whole journey and when we arrived we legitimately couldn't see a thing. We had the shittest weather? So far the Brazilian side was winning because there was nothing to see. The fact that it was raining just have us an excuse to buy one of the ridiculously ...
... Cup season fast approaching. We stayed in a homestay out in Sao Conrado, a quaint house with over 20 students and young working Brazilians working there and run by a French man who had been in Brazil for over 20 years. The area was exquisite but because there was a bus strike for the first couple of days that we were there, we were forced to take taxis, an expensive exercise to say the least even with three splitting the bill. The bus strike was the start to ...
... the lower falls loop os we walked up the track viewing the glorious falls along the way. We were also greeted with some sun as it started to poke its head out form behind the clouds resulting in a number of rainbows and breath taking views. The next stop after the lower track was the train station to take us up to the very top boardwalk near Garganta del Diablo. A pleasant, short train ride through the jungle and we arrived. Kim imediatly started to smile from ear to ear as ...
... place wanted to get a drink at. Very trendy, with really cool owners, artistic and just yeah. We spent a couple of hours there and took a selfie with the owner. Then headed off to walk around more before sitting somewhere else for lunch. Then another stop at the supermarket for snacks and the bank to currency convert - however it was closed (siesta time...?). We then headed back to ...
... with more viewing points until we reached the boat dock. After putting our life jackets on and stuffing our belongings in dry bags, we set off in an inflatable boat to get up close and personal with the falls. After taking some photos and putting the camera safely back in the bag, the captain teased us by taking us close enough so that we could feel the spray. Then, all of a sudden, we were actually inside the fall! It felt like a buckets of water was pouring down ...