Nadai Confort Hotel & SPA
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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The city that borders Paraguay and Argentina, Foz de Iguacu, was our next stop after Florianopolis, which meant we would finally get to see Iguazu Falls. This involved only a 20 minute bus from our hostel to the tourist centre of the falls. Another 10minute bus that was included with our ticket, took us down the restricted road to the beginning of the falls. We spent the next couple of hours wandering along the 1km something walkway that ran opposite the never ending stretch ...
... place to be standing. I was standing on the side of the river in Paraguay. Across the river to the left was Brazil, and across the river to the right was Argentina. That’s the first time I’ve been able to see three countries from one place.
The taxi brought me to Guembe Hostel around 1:30pm, and they showed me to my bed in the six bed dorm. There was no one else there, so I got to relax and get some rest in ...
... was a big queue to buy entrance tickets, but with plenty of windows open, the queue went down quickly. We could even pay with credit card which was handy because a) we'd already calculated how much cash we needed to hang onto before finishing our trip and b) the Peso/Real exchange rate was pretty poor (obviously Brazilians don't want pesos, even for spending over the border). The tickets cost 50 Reals (about $20).
The entry price included a ride on a double decker bus up ...
... but got a decent glimpse of the "Throat". I do not have the names of all the spots - Francis might have mentioned some but I cannot remember them. There were so many spots that had big falls, one after another. After we saw quite a number of falls, Francis told me we had barely saw 50%!
At the end of the Brazilian side trail we were on, there was the "tower" where we rode on an elevator where we could get a kind of birds eye view of the falls of that spot. Then we went to ...
... set back from the falls whereas in Argentina, you are really close to them. Although it is a really good experience to be so close, the benefit of seeing the falls on the Brazilian side is that you get more of a panoramic view and more of an appreciation of how long the falls are. After battling through the crowds we finally got to the Devil's Throat and it was worth waiting in line for. A metal bridge takes you across the water in front of the first small drop so that you ...