Nadai Confort Hotel & SPA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... to Fortaleza for the day after we return from the Pantanal. But I was unaware of the domestic rules for booking flights needing a CPF number which is a sort of Brazilian social security number. Apparently you can apply for through a bank but we had no time. So we had to pass on booking them and go try and wing it when we get in tomorrow. As were rely stuck for time and no time to muck around, we grabbed a taxi to the rodoviaria at 1700 and caught the ...
We spent the following day looking around the area and visited the small town of Purmamarca, where the extensive artisan market surrounds the main square and is only over shadowed by the vibrant mineral colours of the valleys around the town. Tilcara was our next stop, a picturesque town where we visited its main attraction the ruins of Pucara, a pre-Columbian fortified city locate on a hill in the middle of the valley where the river bends giving views both ways to see ...
... shower with a 230V head that electrically heats the water as soon as it starts flowing. Imagine the effect of a shortcircuit in this thing. As long as you are not electrified, the temperature is quite OK though. 29 year old Patricia is running the place. A bit reserved at the beginning but again very friendly once you get to talk to her. She is of German descent which is very clear by her looks. She should have been called Heidi. Lovely woman. Her ...
... in the wonderful view in front of us. Fed and watered we set off on one of the many walks that offers different views of the falls from above and below. Most of our trip has been off the beaten track or in city centres so this was our first exposure to the world of international tourism. There were hundreds of people of all nationalities and shapes and sizes gawping at the never ending flow of water falling over the edge. Or in the case of our ...
... but we got there in the end, but I'll happily not take another night bus for very a long time.
Situated on the border between Brazil and Argentina, the Iguazu Falls are made up from over 250 individual cascades, the highest of which is 80m. The horseshoe shaped fault provides a unique experience as you are pretty much surrounded by roaring waterfalls. We tackled the Brazilian side first in a moist 35 degree sun, fortunately there ...